Have You Lost A Limb From A Workplace Accident? An Experienced Professional Can Help With Your Future
Your employer is constantly worried about on-the-job accidents taking place. A work injury resulting in amputation is one of the most serious — and expensive — accidents possible. While the labor laws in this country naturally do a great deal to protect the worker, the fact is that your employer and their insurance company have been preparing for cases like yours for many years.
The unfortunate truth is that your employer and their insurance company are going to have a very thorough understanding of workers’ compensation laws in your state, and will be pursuing every advantage and loophole available. Your employer is going to do everything possible to minimize both the extent of your injury, and the amount of money necessary for your recovery.
You also could be able to pursue third-party liability claims, meaning if other entities like property owners or subcontractors were negligent, your attorney could file claims on your behalf against them as well.
You need an attorney that understands these issues, and can do the same for you. Doyle Law has a proven track record with work place accident cases involving amputation. In addition, one of our founding attorneys, Conal Doyle, is a right-leg amputee. We know from personal experience how much this injury has cost you, and we’ll make sure that your employer knows it too.
Doyle Law: Putting Your Best Interests First
When you contact us at Doyle Law, we’ll go over your case step by step, including:
- How to communicate with your employer and their insurance company in a way that protects your interests
- What the standard procedures are for a workers’ compensation claim in your state, and how long you can expect the process to be
- How workers’ compensation typically deals with amputation-related costs, such as rehabilitation, prosthetics, etc.
- How to deal with the doctors and medical staff that your employer will be sending you to
During such an emotionally-devastating time, that last thing that most people want to do is retain a lawyer. But the sooner you act, the better you’ll be able to protect yourself and your family. Contact Conal Doyle, with Doyle Law, at 1-310-385-0567 today, and we’ll help you get the compensation you deserve to get your life back on track.