Overview of an Amputation from a Georgia Accident

Whether you have been involved in a car crash or a workplace accident, if it resulted in an amputation, you may be able to receive compensation. This is because when someone else's negligence causes serious injuries to another, they may be held liable.

A Macon personal injury attorney can help you file your Georgia personal injury claim, evaluate the facts surrounding your accident and compile the evidence necessary to build a strong case.

Overview of an Amputation from a Georgia Accident

Most amputations that occur as a result of an accident affect the upper limbs. Any type of amputation can result in the need for rehabilitation and a prosthetic device, which can be costly. Fortunately, you may be able to offset some of the costs associated with an amputation by filing a Georgia personal injury claim.

An amputation can occur to any of the following:

  • fingers;
  • hand;
  • wrist;
  • forearm;
  • upper arm;
  • shoulder blade;
  • collarbone;
  • pelvis;
  • upper leg;
  • knee;
  • lower leg;
  • foot; and
  • toes.  


The recovery process after an amputation can be long and can result in costly medical bills. Contact a Macon personal injury attorney today if you have suffered a traumatic amputation after a serious Georgia accident. 

Contacting a Macon Personal Injury Attorney

If you are the victim of someone else's negligence or carelessness, whether in a traffic accident or some other type of accident, you have certain rights guaranteed by law. To help you understand these rights and seek the compensation you may be eligible for to help get your life back in order, contact the Macon Law Offices of Sheryl L. Burke for a no-cost consultation on your injury case - 404-842-7838.

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