Loss Of Limb And Catastrophic Injury Attorney Representing Clients In Northeast Ohio
Amputation Accidents Can Affect You Physically, Financially And Psychologically
Although the physical effects of an amputation are obvious, many people who lose a limb also experience psychological issues at some point during their recovery. Ranging from depression to post-traumatic stress disorder, there are numerous types of psychological ailments that may not arise until well after the initial accident. While more difficult to establish, the effects are no less damaging to injured workers and their families and the costs of treatment no less difficult to manage. As an experienced workers' compensation lawyer, I understand the best methods for demonstrating psychological damage and recovering compensation, all while protecting the privacy and dignity of my clients.
In addition to the physical trauma, an amputation brings financial burdens such as:
- Medical bills
- The costs of being fitted for and maintaining a prosthesis
- Physical therapy
- The loss of income if you cannot return to work
With help from me, you will not be left holding the bill.
The Loss Of A Limb May Result In Scheduled Loss Compensation
At Robin J. Peterson Company, LLC, I will help you recover all potential compensation for your losses. Some people attempt to file claims on their own, only to be denied or fail to receive the full amount they deserve. If you or a loved one suffered amputation or loss of vision or hearing, I can help you secure a scheduled loss award that provides for losses suffered prior to any treatment and regardless of the extent of your recovery.
Contact My Law Office
Schedule a free initial consultation by calling 216-642-9007 or by completing my online contact form. I represent clients throughout northeast Ohio.