Representing the Injured & Bereaved

Amputation Injury Lawyer in Charleston

Contact a Proven Charleston Catastrophic Injury Attorney

An injury resulting in the amputation of a limb can dramatically change an individual’s life. Losing a limb can cause the victim to face a long, painful, and expensive road to recovery – physical therapy and continuous medical care are common treatment plans for victims of such injuries.

If you or a loved one has suffered from an amputation injury at the hands of another’s negligence, we invite you to contact a trusted attorney from Pierce, Sloan, Kennedy & Early LLC

Our team of personal injury lawyers have the skill and legal insight to secure fair and just compensation on your behalf. We are a boutique law firm with big firm experience – we are passionate about what we do and who we serve.

Get started with our amputation injury lawyers today. Call Pierce, Sloan, Kennedy & Early LLC today at (843) 968-0886 to learn how we can help.

Common Causes of Amputation Injuries

The loss of a limb can result in medical complications including infection, permanent nerve damage, and joint contractures. One of the most common symptoms victims experience is a phantom pain in the amputated portion of the lost limb. It usually manifests as a burning, shooting, stabbing, or throbbing sensation.

Causes of amputation injuries can include:

Compensation for Amputation Injury Victims

Losing a limb in an accident can be a terrifying and life-changing experience. Victims often have to adjust to a whole new way of life and often require ongoing medical care, which can be expensive.

Amputation victims can typically file claims to recover:

  • Past and future medical treatments
  • Missed wages
  • Lost earning capacity
  • Prosthetics or specialized equipment
  • Assistive care
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation
  • Modifications to the home, disability modifications
  • Diminished enjoyment of life
  • Psychological counseling
  • Pain and suffering

We work hard to account for all the past and future expenses that our clients will face, including for their physical and emotional losses. For example, if you are an avid biker but lost a leg and can no longer do what you love the most - this can be included in a claim.

If We Don’t Win, You Don’t Pay

Our Charleston amputation injury lawyers hold the belief that our clients are deserving of quality representation, regardless of their financial situation. We accept all cases on a contingency fee basis – if we don’t win, you don’t pay. There are obstacles unique to pursuing a catastrophic injury claim, and we are qualified to handle even the toughest personal injury cases. As our client, you can trust that we are solely focused on achieving your goals.

Why to Hire Us:
  • 125 Years of Combined Legal Experience
  • National Success
  • Accomplished Advocacy