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We Can Support You Through The Challenges Of An Amputation

At Wiseman Law Firm, PLLC, we understand that amputation injuries are some of the most devastating and life-altering personal injuries that one can experience. Losing a limb can significantly impact your quality of life, emotional well-being and future job prospects. As such, our attorney, Todd Wiseman, is dedicated to representing individuals who have suffered amputation injuries in Wood County, West Virginia.

As an experienced personal injury attorney, Todd Wiseman understands the physical, emotional and financial toll an amputation injury can have on a victim and their family. We work hard to ensure our clients receive the compensation they need to cover medical expenses, lost wages, rehabilitation costs and other related expenses.

The Devastating Impact Of An Amputation Injury

The impact of an amputation injury can be significant, and the need for prosthetics, wheelchairs and other assistive devices is a common issue that amputees face. Phantom limb pain and other complications can complicate the healing process.

The common causes of amputation injuries can include car accidents, dog bites, equipment malfunction, construction accidents and forestry accidents. Our attorney has years of experience representing victims of all types of amputation injuries and will use their expertise to ensure our clients receive the most favorable outcome possible.

The law surrounding amputation injuries can be complex, and victims often face significant legal hurdles when seeking compensation. Depending on the severity of your injury, you may be able to seek compensation costs, including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering

Typically, the amount of recovery will depend on the severity of the injury and the circumstances of your case. We can help you navigate the legal process and help you seek a favorable outcome.

Get Support Today

At Wiseman Law Firm, PLLC, we offer free consultations to individuals who have suffered amputation injuries. If you or a loved one has experienced an amputation injury, we encourage you to contact our office to talk with a skilled attorney. We are here to support you through this difficult time. To make an appointment in our Parkersburg office, call 304-314-4768 or use our online contact form.