Amputations

One reckless act by another can leave your limb injured so severely that there is no option for doctors but to amputate it. The loss of a body part can change your life forever. The effects can be painful not only on a physical level, but on a psychological one as well, leaving you to struggle with adjusting to your new circumstances.

The law gives you the right to hold the responsible party or parties accountable for your catastrophic loss. Seeking the assistance of a skilled attorney will strengthen your chances of proving your claim and levels the playing field as you face off with the other party's insurance company.

Appropriate Compensation

At Greene & Schultz, we understand that losing a body part affects not only your day-to-day life, but also your professional life and your relationships with your family and friends. You may not be able to turn back time and undo what happened, but it might be possible for you to ease your situation by receiving compensation for:

  • Medical bills
  • Ongoing physical or occupational therapy
  • Lost earnings
  • Future income
  • Emotional distress, pain and suffering
  • Prostheses

Insurance companies often seek to settle claims quickly and may offer you less than you need or deserve. A thorough, independent investigation by a seasoned litigation attorney is the best way to determine who should be held accountable for your loss and what an appropriate amount of compensation should be. Our lawyers work with the highest-caliber medical experts and will tailor your case to match your individual situation.

Giving You The Support You Need

Dealing with the aftermath of an accident can be challenging, but we are dedicated to providing you with the support you need.

Call Greene & Schultz today at 812-558-0198 to schedule a free initial consultation, or contact us by filling out our online form.