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People who work with farm equipment, heavy machinery or are in the construction industry face the risk of injuries that can lead to amputation or loss of limbs. However, unsafe equipment standards, falling objects, chemical substance exposure, electrocution, explosions or safety negligence on the part of employers or co-workers aren't your fault. An experienced attorney should review any amputation injury for legal implications as well as coverage for your family.

A variety of automobile and transportation accidents, surgical error and medical negligence, improper treatment of wounds or illnesses and other doctor errors can also cause this type of injury.

Amputation and loss of limbs can result in the loss of a job or career, affecting financial security but also the person's sense of purpose and self-image. The medical and emotional impact can be overwhelming for both care of the injury and the rehabilitation and assisting devices that may be required.

What Are The Effects Of An Amputation?
People who experience an amputation or loss of limb may suffer psychological as well as physical trauma. The stump will remain an area of reduced mechanical stability and can present significant or even drastic practical limitations. Some people may experience post-traumatic stress disorder depending on the cause of the amputation.

At least half of amputees can experience the phenomenon of phantom limbs, feeling body parts that are no longer there. These phantom limbs can itch, ache or burn; feel tense, dry or wet; feel locked in or trapped; or they can feel as if they are moving. They can also develop skin blisters, redness and bruising, and breakdown of the skin as well as severe aches and cramping in the affected area.

Soucie Law Can Help You Move Forward

One of the things you need most when you or a loved one is dealing with an amputation or loss of a limb is legal help. We will help you understand the legal process, and help you find the best possible legal representation so you can move forward after such an injury.

If you would like to talk to someone at Soucie Law right away, call (763) 427-8888. After business hours, our answering service will relay your message to the on-call attorney immediately.

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What Former Clients Say

"One of the first things I asked when I finally woke up was, 'Was it my fault?' This terrible thing happened and Fred proved I wasn't at fault. I can't tell you what a relief that was to know that and to have someone taking care of the stuff like the billing and the insurance companies and the hospital when this happened. Fred really went the extra mile to prove our case."

– Mary F

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