Workers Compensation for Loss of Limb at Work
No amount of money can make up for the loss of a limb. Yet, if a workplace accident caused the surgical amputation of one of your limbs, you can and should seek workers’ compensation to help you pay your medical bills and recover lost income. At Midwest Disability Work Comp, P.A., our work injury attorneys have helped thousands of workers obtain workers’ compensation benefits, including workers who have experienced life-altering injuries such as amputation injuries involving fingers, toes, arms and legs. We also represent clients who have sustained bodily injuries that have resulted in a permanent impairment such as the loss of mobility, strength or proper functioning of an arm or leg.
Common Issues Involving Amputation/Loss Of Use Injuries
Cases involving an amputated limb or loss of use typically raise two significant injuries:
- The worker’s permanent partial disability rating (a rating given to workers who have lost the permanent functional use of a body part or parts — it is used to determine a specific amount of compensation the worker should receive for the loss)
- The extent of the impairment’s impact on a worker’s ability to work
Our lawyers have extensive experience gathering and presenting evidence to prove the extent of a worker’s injury and its impact on his or her life, as well as dealing with other critical issues that may arise.
Put A Proven Team On Your Side
What you will find at our firm is a team of experienced attorneys and professional staff who offer tremendous experience, compassion and service. Our clients rave about our caring and attentive staff and feel empowered by our skilled and knowledgeable attorneys. Our legal team has strong credentials that are difficult to match. Our attorneys have years of legal experience and a proven record of results in workers’ compensation cases for people who have suffered the loss of limbs at work. Most important, however, is our drive and commitment to make a positive difference in the lives of our clients throughout Minnesota. We fight for our clients and vigorously pursue the full compensation they are entitled to receive for their serious injuries.
Have You Lost An Arm Or Leg? Contact A Minneapolis Work Amputation Attorney.
From our office in Coon Rapids, we represent clients throughout Minnesota. We offer a free consultation and charge no fees unless we obtain workers’ compensation benefits for you.