Sevierville Personal Injury Lawyers Seek Justice for Victims of Traumatic Loss of Limb

We help individuals in and around Sevierville, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge who have lost limbs in accidents caused by another’s negligence

According to Limbcare, traumatic amputations are commonly due to injuries sustained in traffic accidents, assaults, and animal attacks; while using heavy machinery; or in accidents involving burns or electrocution. Amputation may necessitate prosthetic devices, reconstructive surgery, physical therapy, and other rehabilitation, as well as wheelchairs and medication, the costs of which may continue into the indefinite future.

The experienced Sevier County personal injury attorneys at Delius & McKenzie, PLLC know that traumatic amputations can have serious financial and emotional effects. We fight tirelessly on behalf of clients and their families in and around Sevierville, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge to help them obtain just compensation for their losses. There is no case too complex for our skills, or too big for our resources. Let us put our years of experience to work for you.

The effects of traumatic amputation

In addition to the immediate psychological effects of trauma and the cost of medical care, prosthetic appliances and related physical therapy, it is common for victims to experience negative thoughts and emotions, especially in cases of sudden amputation occurring when they did not have time to mentally prepare themselves for its effects. Common negative emotions and thoughts experienced by people after a traumatic amputation include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Denial (refusal to accept the necessity for lifestyle changes, such as having physical therapy, to adapt to life with a missing limb)
  • Grief
  • Suicidal feelings

What compensation may be available for traumatic limb loss caused by another’s negligence?

If your or a loved one’s amputation occurred as the immediate result of another’s negligent act, you may be eligible to receive compensation for both your economic and non-economic losses (damages). These may include:

  • Current medical expenses (including those for prostheses)
  • Future medical expenses, such as those for physical therapy or psychotherapy
  • Current and future loss of earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional harm caused by disfigurement 

We help victims of traumatic amputation seek fair compensation for their losses

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a traumatic amputation, you should seek the counsel of an experienced Sevierville personal injury attorney at Delius & McKenzie, PLLC. We offer the compassionate, personal, and professional attention you deserve, guiding victims and their families through the most difficult times in their lives. Living with the disfiguring and disabling effects of someone’s negligence without excellent legal representation should not be an option.

Delius & McKenzie, PLLC are ready to help. To schedule a no-obligation consultation with a Sevierville, Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge personal injury lawyer, please call 865-428-8780 or fill out our contact form.