Amputation

Only you know what it is like to loose a leg, arm, finger or foot - not the negligent party, their insurance company or even your doctor. Tell us about your accident and what your daily life is like now. Our job is to ensure that you receive the maximum financial compensation possible from any and all parties responsible for your loss.

At Whiteaker & Wilson, P.C. we combine vast legal experience with rock solid dedication to our clients.

If a careless or negligent person or company may be responsible for what you have suffered, we want to help you. No amount of money can replace your limb. But we will seek out any and all parties that may be responsible for your accident and hold them to account. The psychological and emotional damage you are suffering are beyond description. You may also have phantom pain where the limb was. You may not be able to work, drive a car or do countless other things you once took for granted.

Accidents

Workplace and construction site accidents are a common cause of accidents resulting in amputation. The amputation may have been a necessary surgical procedure after the accident. Or you may have lost your limb as part of the accident. Car and especially motorcycle accidents result in amputations as well. Dog attacks can also involve loss of a finger or fingers.

More and more often, a prosthetic can help you regain the physical function victims have lost. But you deserve compensation for your:

  • Lost earning capacity
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Emotional distress
  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical expenses
  • Disfigurement
  • Lost wages
  • Disability
  • And other damages

Our experience in personal injury claims is paired with a strong dedication to client interests. One of the ways we demonstrate that dedication is simple but important: We return client phone calls and respond to e-mails in less than 24 hours, so you can be certain that we will always be here for you to answer your questions or just listen to your concerns

Springfield Amputation Attorney

We work on contingency. That means you pay attorney fees only if your case is successful. For a free initial consultation with a Nixa loss of limb lawyer, call us in Missouri at 417-413-5858 or send us an e-mail.