The Lifelong Effects of an Amputation Injury

People that have an amputation injury can suffer effects that last their entire lives. If the amputation is necessitated because of a medical error, or is made worse because of something a medical professional failed to do, patients may be able to sue for medical malpractice. The key to winning a medical malpractice lawsuit involving amputations is having an experienced lawyer that understands the intricacies of this type of surgery and the legal issues surrounding it.

Surviving an amputation is difficult enough without medical staff making mistakes. Each year, thousands of patients are hurt by errors made by medical professionals. For patients dealing the lifelong effects of amputations, having the situation made worse by medical error can add to the pain and suffering they have to endure. And they should be adequately compensated for that. At Richards & Richards LLC, we can make that possible. We will use our understanding of medical procedures and the court system to fight for you, as our client, in order to receive the most compensation possible for enduring a lifetime of unnecessary pain and discomfort.

This law firm has no-win, no-fee services, serious injury experts and a unique understanding of the devastating, life-changing effects of amputation. We can help to make sure you get the expert representation to hold medical staff accountable for any mistakes they made during the treatment and surgery that may have negatively impacted the outcome or healing of the amputation.


Medical errors can impact an amputee physically, psychologically, emotionally, and also socially. At Richards & Richards LLC, we will fight to help a victim in any medical malpractice case receive the largest settlement possible so they can get the long-term medical, psychological and emotional support they need to improve their quality of life professionally and personally. Contact our medical malpractice lawyers today.

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