Amputations Put Award-Winning Representation on Your Side

Amputation Injuries

Contact a Cobb County Workers’ Comp Attorney

Particularly serious workplace accidents can sometimes result in forced amputation. The loss of a hand, finger, or entire limb can have a devastating effect on a person’s mobility and ability to work, adding difficulty to even the simplest of tasks. If an on-the-job injury has caused you to endure an amputation, a Cobb County workers’ compensation lawyer from Herbert Chestnut & Associates can help you seek the compensation you deserve.

Countless clients have trusted us to handle their cases for the following reasons:

  • Three-time winner of Workers’ Comp Attorney of the Year
  • Over 37+ years of proven legal experience
  • AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®
  • Overwhelmingly positive client testimonials

Take the first step towards filing a claim by contacting our office online today!

Injuries that Cause or Lead to Amputation

When an injury causes damage to blood vessels, body tissue or bone structure that is beyond repair, amputation may be required. Injuries from machinery malfunctions, construction accidents, crushing injuries, and severe burns can all cause extensive enough damage to require amputation. If a person loses all or part of a limb as a result of a workplace accident, they may be able to recover compensation for their loss under Georgia’s workers’ compensation laws.

A successful workers’ compensation claim can reimburse the following losses:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Lost earning potential
  • Prescription medication costs
  • Rehabilitation expenses

The specific amount of compensation a person is eligible to receive will depend on the extent of their injuries. If you have lost a limb to amputation, our firm’s highly experienced attorneys can help you get a more accurate representation of your eligible compensation and create a legal strategy on your behalf that maximizes your chances of securing the benefits you deserve.

Get an Award-Winning Legal Team on Your Side

At Herbert Chestnut & Associates, our Georgia workers’ compensation attorneys understand the incredible impact that the loss of a limb can have on a person’s life. Protecting the rights of our injured clients is our top priority, and we are prepared to go the distance in the pursuit of adequate compensation on your behalf. Nobody should have to face life after an amputation on their own. Let our firm can handle all of the legal heavy lifting so that you can focus on your recovery.

Ready to get started? Call us today at (770) 285-5542.

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