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Amputation Injury Lawyer

Losing an arm, leg, hand or another body part in an accident can be a life-changing event. The loss of a limb can change your life in so many ways. You may be unable to work in certain job settings or take care of children full time. You may be coping with significant physical, emotional, and financial losses. With so much at stake, it’s critical that you contact a Las Vegas amputation injury lawyer immediately. The person or company that caused your injury needs to be held responsible. Your case is about more than just money. It’s about justice. It’s about sending a message that careless or reckless actions won’t be tolerated in Nevada.

Winning a case on loss of limbs due to negligence requires an experienced personal injury lawyer like Las Vegas attorney Paul Padda. Contact Paul Padda Law at (702) 366-1888 or via our online form. We offer free, no-risk consultations and handle personal injury cases on a contingency basis.


Common Causes of Amputation Accidents

At Paul Padda Law, we know that there is a multitude of ways that you may have suffered your traumatic amputation injury. Some of the most common causes of these horrific injuries are:

  • Motor vehicle accidents – collisions of large vehicles, like car accidentstruck accidents, and motorcycle accidents, can result in the loss of limbs
  • Workplace accidents – working around heavy machinery, especially if that machinery is defective, and large vehicles increase the chances that an amputation accident may occur
  • Medical malpractice – although uncommon, medical and health professionals occasionally do remove the wrong limb or cause an infection that eventually requires the amputation of a limb

Purse the Recovery You Deserve with an Amputation Injury Lawyer

At Paul Padda Law, our amputation injury lawyers are committed to helping the victims of amputations caused by the negligence of another by providing aggressive and experienced legal representation. Our law firm treats all of our clients with respect and gives them the special attention they deserve. If you or a loved one was the victim of an amputation caused by another’s negligence, you have the right to receive just compensation, the best available medical care, and the highest quality legal representation.

Considering an Amputation Lawsuit in Las Vegas?

Imagine losing a limb due to the negligence of someone else. It’s unthinkable. Sadly, millions of people must deal with that reality. Losing a hand, foot, arm, toe, leg or finger can change your life forever. While prosthetic devices have made enormous progress in helping victims assume more normal lives, a prosthetic device can never replace a limb. If you or a loved one has had to undergo an amputation due to the negligence of another, you deserve just compensation.

Our experienced amputation accident lawyers know how to investigate injury accidents and find the facts many law firms overlook. We then use this information to build strong cases and get injury victims the compensation you rightfully deserve. Remember, the financial impact of your amputation accident will last a lifetime. Make sure the person or company responsible for your accident bears the financial burden of your accident. You shouldn’t have to suffer financially. You didn’t do anything wrong.

In handling a loss of limb case, we often seek compensation on behalf of clients for damages such as medical expenses, loss of earnings, lost earning capacity, disfigurement, pain, and suffering, emotional distress, loss of quality of life and other damages.

At Paul Padda Law, we’re more than your lawyers. We’re the allies you want to help set things right.

At Paul Padda Law, We’ll Make a Difference

Contact Paul Padda Law today to schedule a case evaluation. A delay may affect your legal rights. Our experienced amputation accident lawyers want to meet with you and help you get your life back on track. Best of all, you only pay attorneys’ fees if we win your case. That’s because we work on a contingency fee basis.

Call our office today at (702) 366-1888 or via our online form to schedule a free, no-risk consultation.