You or a family member may have suffered a terrible amputation accident at work or somewhere else in Carrollton, GA. If so, you and your family may be struggling in many ways right now. All of you may be feeling physical, emotional, and financial burdens.
Our firm can relieve some of those burdens for you. One of our attorneys can help you or your loved one find additional medical care and help you recover damages. During a free consultation, we’ll explain what your Carrollton amputation attorney can do for you.
A Major Reason to See a Carrollton Amputation Attorney from Our Firm
There may be a great number of damages in your personal injury case. You and your family are entitled to all of those damages, including your intangible damages, such as emotional suffering. However, it may be difficult to recover such damages from an insurance company.
For example, if your accident occurred in the workplace and if you file a workers’ compensation claim, the insurer may compensate for only basic, financial damages, such as medical bills and lost pay. The insurer may even delay or deny the claim. On top of all that, you or your loved one may be able to see only an employer-approved medical professional.
Regardless of where your accident occurred, you should speak with a lawyer from our firm. Your lawyer can file a personal injury claim (such as a third-party claim against a general contractor) or a lawsuit for all of your damages. Additionally, you or your loved one will be able to see any medical professionals you want to see.
For a free legal consultation with a amputation injury lawyer serving Carrollton, call (404) 888-8888
Damages Your Carrollton Amputation Lawyer Will Fight for
Your lawyer will fight for all of the damages your entire family has been experiencing. These may include any or all of the following:
- Physical pain and suffering
- Phantom pain in the future
- Nerve problems
- Physical disability
- Loss of consortium
- Mental anguish due to the injuries
- Emotional trauma due to the injuries and the nature of the incident
- Medical expenses, including emergency care and extended care expenses
- Costs for rehabilitation, including physical therapy and occupational therapy
- Loss of wages, including wage loss due to diminished wage-earning capability
You can be sure your lawyer will consider all of the damages your family may experience in the future. Your lawyer can anticipate these damages and factor them into your claim or lawsuit.
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How Your Attorney Will Fight for Your Damages
In addition to helping you identify your damages, your lawyer can help to determine the monetary values of your intangible damages, such as emotional suffering. They will use a valuation method insurance companies are familiar with. Then, they will obtain proof of your damages, such as your medical bills. The proof and the valuation will help convince the insurance company of the legitimacy and severity of your damages.
Next, your lawyer will obtain evidence of the other party’s liability for your damages. Such proof could be footage from a worksite camera and a written statement from a witness indicating the employer is the liable party. They will also establish how the other party was negligent. To do this, they will establish the party’s duty of care, the party’s breach of duty, and other criteria.
Once your lawyer has a case for your damages and the other party’s liability, they will present the case to the other party’s insurer. Then, they will negotiate with the insurer for a fair settlement. They will fight for all of your due damages, even if it means threatening to sue the other party.
Suing in Your Case
Your lawyer will negotiate with the other side in good faith and expect the insurer to do the same. If the insurer doesn’t negotiate in good faith, they can sue the other party for your damages and possibly even sue the insurer with a bad-faith lawsuit.
You can expect your lawyer to file the lawsuit for you and then negotiate with a judge for a fair verdict for your case. They may even hire experts, like a medical expert, to provide corroborating testimony in court.
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Personal Injury Cases We Handle
The attorneys from our firm can help you regardless of whether you or your loved one suffered the amputation at work or at another place. As personal injury attorneys, our team can handle:
- A case involving a construction site accident
- A different workers’ comp case
- A motor vehicle accident case
- A premises liability incident case
- A consumer product liability case
- A case involving medical malpractice
A Wrongful Death Case
Your loved one may not have survived the loss of their limb. If this is the case, we are very sorry this has happened. Our firm would be privileged to resolve your wrongful death case for you.
About Our Amputation Attorneys in Carrollton, Georgia
The personal injury attorneys from our firm know how to handle your amputation case. Our attorneys know what damages are involved in an amputation case, and they also understand employer (and contractor) liability in many amputation cases. For example, our team understands OSHA’s federal guidelines and how they apply to liability in workers’ comp cases.
Our attorneys have been very successful with their many different clients. As a result, they have received many awards, such as the AVVO Client Choice Award. Additionally, they have received excellent ratings, such as Superb AVVO ratings and the Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent rating which recognizes high ethical standards and professional capabilities. On top of everything, one of our lead attorneys, attorney Seth Bader, has membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Contact Us for Your Amputation Lawyer in Carrollton, Georgia
During a free consultation, we’ll be able to tell you more about our team. We’ll also tell you more about what your attorney will do to recover all of your due damages. This consultation will be free, and your attorney will work for you at no cost until your case resolves and unless your case resolves with a settlement or verdict.
Contact Bader Scott Injury Lawyers today for your free consultation.