Get The Compensation You Need After An Unnecessary Amputation
An amputation for any reason is life-altering. You will need to learn knew ways of doing almost everything, and you may require prosthetic devices, physical therapy and treatment for the rest of your life. Additionally, you may need modifications to your house and car. When the amputation is the result of medical malpractice, you may be entitled to significant compensation from the negligent medical provider.
We want to help you get the financial compensation and the resources you need to cope with your new situation.
For a free consultation, contact us today at 210-610-7360. With offices in San Antonio, Texas, we advise and represent clients throughout the U.S. and worldwide.
Legal Experience Combined With Medical Knowledge
Founding attorney Jeffrey C. Anderson has more than 35 years of legal experience and a medical background. He can quickly identify the legal and medical issues that will be central to building a strong case. As a former commander of army medics, he is fully aware of the medical and legal concerns related to amputations.
People come to us with amputations caused by negligent actions such as:
- Failure to diagnose tumors that eventually lead to amputation
- Surgical malpractice, including removing the wrong limb or other body part
- Failure to prevent clots during surgery — clots that cause thrombosis and require an amputation
- Failure to diagnose or timely treat infections
- For diabetic patients, failure to diagnose and treat minor injuries that may lead to amputation
Our San Antonio law firm helps victims of unnecessary amputation and patients who require an amputation because of negligence by a doctor or surgeon. Whether you experienced the amputation of the wrong limb in a military hospital or required a foot amputation because your diabetes was not properly controlled, you may have a case for compensation.
If you need a Texas attorney to help you bring a federal tort claim, we can represent you and guide you through the process of filing Standard Form 95 (SF95).
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For a free consultation, call us in San Antonio at 210-610-7360 or contact us vial email. We handle cases on a contingency fee bases. That means you will incur no costs unless we obtain compensation for you. Our firm advises and represents clients nationwide and worldwide.