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Amputations Related to a Workplace Injury

Amputation refers to the removal of a limb or another body part, which can occur because of physical trauma stemming from a workplace accident. The least common type of work injury, amputation is the one of the most severe and impactful on a victim's life. These often preventable injuries are debilitating and result in more than just the loss of a limb. Amputations also lead to the loss of income and productivity. Employees who suffer amputations can often obtain reimbursement for lost wages and medical expenses through workers' compensation insurance.

Common Causes of Amputations

Amputation injuries most commonly occur during industrial, construction, and factory accidents. Removal of a finger, hand, arm, foot or leg can occur through the improper use of saws, heavy machinery, and farm equipment. Whether the amputation could have been avoided or was the result of an accident, you may be entitled to monetary assistance through workers' compensation. If you or a loved one has undergone an amputation as the result of a workplace incident, we encourage you to speak with one of our Phoenix workers' compensation attorneys to gain a larger understanding of the legal situation pertaining to the amputation.

Legal Representation from Our Phoenix Workers' Comp Lawyers

As you file a claim to receive workers' compensation benefits that are fair for your injuries, we can help safeguard your rights. Amputation is an injury that will undoubtedly change your life. We are here to help you handle this circumstance and receive the necessary assistance to move forward with your future. At Fendon Law Firm, P.C., we have more than 50 years of combined experience that can be used on your behalf. Our firm can aggressively fight to ensure that your medical expenses and lost wages do not further hinder your future. We have offices in Phoenix, Prescott, and Flagstaff, and we provide compassionate legal counsel to injured workers throughout Arizona. Contact us today so we can start helping you pursue workers' compensation benefits!