Montgomery County Amputation Injury Lawyers
Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys Fight For The Maximum Compensation For Amputation Injury Victims in Montgomery County and Bucks County, PA
When an injury is serious enough to require the amputation of an arm or a leg, the victim faces greater issues than lost wages or medical bills. An amputation results in a fundamental shift in the victim’s life – a permanent change that can affect a victim’s career, relationships, and recreational activities.
If you have suffered the loss of an arm or leg due to the negligence of another party, you have a right to seek compensation. The personal injury attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford P.C. can help you assert this right. Backed by more than 65 years of legal experience, our law firm represents injury victims across southeastern Pennsylvania.
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The Cost of an Amputation for Pennsylvania Accident Victims
Those who suffer an amputation must pay more than medical bills and lost wages. In many cases, amputation victims are unable to continue working in their chosen career – a problem that can have long-term financial consequences for any family. Amputees may also face permanent challenges in their day-to-day lives, and lose the ability to engage in recreational activities they once enjoyed.
At our personal injury law firm, we are dedicated to ensuring that our clients recover compensation for the total effect that the accident has had on their lives. When you contact our law firm, we will work closely with you to learn about the physical, emotional and financial costs associated with the injury. Then, we will work aggressively to ensure you receive fair compensation for your losses.
Contact a Skilled Personal Injury Lawyer About Your Amputation Injury
To schedule a free initial consultation with Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, contact us online or via telephone. Our amputations attorneys in Cheltenham, PA serve clientele throughout Montgomery County and Bucks County, including King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, North Wales, Upper Dublin, Abington, Norristown and more. We have offices in both Colmar, PA and Newtown, PA, and can meet with you in your home or hospital if you are incapable of traveling. Contact us now for your free consultation.