Raleigh Amputation Lawyer
Psychologically and physically, one of the most difficult injuries to cope with is the amputation of all or part of a limb or member. The issues run deep, partly because such an injury can require an individual to make substantial lifestyle adaptations and may force him or her to relearn how to perform a number of basic tasks and actions. Not only that, but the mental and emotional ramifications of accepting such a dramatic and permanent change to the body can seriously hinder one’s ability to maintain or form new interpersonal relationships.
If you have been the victim of a manufacturing worksite accident that severed any part of your body or caused injuries that necessitated surgical removal, we can help you secure the benefits to which you are entitled. Contact the Raleigh amputation lawyers of Law Office of Sam Scudder, at (252) 222-0227 to learn more about our legal services.
Commonly Suffered Injuries
Each position in a manufacturing environment has its own set of demands and risks. Obviously, employees who work in close proximity to sharp tools and objects must be cautious to avoid direct amputation. But being in the presence of heavy machinery, vehicles, and other possible hazards can also result in injuries that may be life-threatening unless an amputation is performed. In our experience, we have observed that manufacturing workers are most apt to lose:
- Arms (total or partial)
- Legs (total or partial)
Your ability to work in your chosen profession may be permanently compromised by this devastating workplace injury. Contact the Raleigh manufacturing accident amputation lawyers of Law Office of Sam Scudder, at (252) 222-0227 for the dedicated legal representation you need to protect your interests in the short and long-term.