Amputations and Bone Fractures
Work With Our Personal Injury Lawyers To Recover Your Damages
The financial impact of an amputation is not confined to medical expenses
alone. Amputations often lead to short and long-term disability, especially
when one’s career or job requires the use of ones arms, hands, or
legs. The law office of Rourke and Blumenthal works with economists, occupational
specialists, and life care planners in projecting the costs associated
with amputation injuries.
We understand the costs amputees face and what legal steps must be taken
to establish a compelling case for jurors. For an experienced, effective
legal team prepared with medical and financial experts of every kind,
contact the law office of Rourke and Blumenthal today.
Achieving Results: Helping Clients Recover Financially
Our Ohio amputation and bone fracture attorneys have achieved multi-million
dollar verdicts and settlements for clients in cases involving amputations.
Our office has particular success in
catastrophic injury cases involving automobile accidents and cases where employers intentionally
put workers at risk. As a measure of our effectiveness, we have successfully
achieved the following for our clients:
- $3.3 million settlement in a trucking accident that resulted in a man losing his leg
- $8.5 million jury verdict for an employee who lost his hand in a machine
while at work
- $4.5 million jury verdict for a worker who lost an arm and a hand in a
punch press after the employer removed the safety guard from the machine
Employer Negligence – Putting Workers at Risk
Amputations, or injuries that lead to amputations, often happen at construction
work sites or in factories when employers ignore or violate safety standards.
The experienced Ohio amputation and bone fracture attorneys at Rourke
and Blumenthal investigates the cause of an accident using our own investigators
and experts, subpoenas company records, and interviews eye-witnesses.
Even if an employer tries to tamper with evidence or the scene of an accident,
we can compare time sheets, repair and maintenance records, and eye-witness
statements in order to identify inconsistencies in company testimony.
We represent clients injured due to the following in work-related amputations:
- Back hoe accidents
- Fork lift accidents
- OSHA violations
- Electric saws
Auto-Related Accidents and Amputations
Amputations are common in serious auto accidents where roof crush, side
impacts, and rollovers are involved. The Ohio amputation and bone fracture
attorneys at Rourke and Blumenthal represents people who have suffered
an amputation in the following kinds of auto accidents:
Contact Rourke and Blumenthal
Rourke and Blumenthal understands how to prepare effective, convincing
personal injury cases involving amputations. For more information regarding
our practice and the legal options available to you,
contact the law office of Rourke and Blumenthal today and schedule an appointment
with an Ohio amputation and bone fracture attorneys to discuss your case.