Was Your Amputation The Result Of Someone Else’s Negligence?

Whether an amputation involves the loss of an entire leg/arm, or only a few digits, the impact on the victim’s life can be traumatic. In addition to the physical pain of the initial injury and subsequent surgeries, the amputee must endure the financial stress and emotional pain associated with the loss of the limb.

Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., is a Florida personal injury law firm committed to helping injured individuals in Alachua and Marion County, and throughout the state, obtain full and fair compensation.

With more than 100 combined years of experience, our Gainesville amputation injury lawyers represent clients in amputation cases involving motor vehicle accidents, industrial accidents, road construction accidents, defective products, dog bites and other accidents caused by the negligence of others. Our goal is to make sure you have the support you need to deal with such a life-changing event.

Is The Insurance Company Considering All Of Your Present And Future Injuries?

After an accident, your insurance company may offer money in the form of a settlement offer. In many cases, however, the settlement amount does not adequately compensate for all past, present and future damages related to the accident. That is why it is important to consult an attorney who can carefully review your case and make sure you obtain the full amount you deserve for:

  • Any medical bills, surgeries or future prosthetic devices
  • Any emotional or physical therapy sessions you may need
  • Any future pain medications or special prescriptions
  • Pain and suffering
  • Past and future lost wages
  • Any potential punitive damages against the negligent party

If you or someone you love suffered the loss of a limb or digit in a negligence-related accident, schedule a free initial consultation with a licensed Florida attorney at Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A. We look forward to speaking with you about your legal rights and options for recovering compensation. Simply call our Gainesville office at 352-372-7777 or contact us online.