Medical Malpractice Attorneys For Amputation Cases

When most people think of amputations, they think of losing a limb because of a traumatic injury, like those sustained in car accidents or on construction sites. While these sudden injuries certainly do result in amputations, there are many times when doctor negligence and medical mistakes are the cause.

At the Law Offices of Gary Osborne & Associates, we believe in holding doctors, nurses and hospitals accountable when they fail to uphold their duties of care. The loss of a limb due to medical negligence is an unexpected and disturbing event. We have successfully handled difficult amputation cases, and we will do our best for you. No amount of money can restore what you have lost, but getting the compensation you need and deserve can help you begin to move forward in life.

To speak to our experienced Toledo amputation lawyers, call 419-318-3749 or contact our law firm online.

Legal Help For Victims Of Complications Of Amputations

There are a number of scenarios where a patient has to undergo an amputation procedure due to doctor or hospital negligence. For example, if a person suffers a wound to his or her foot and the wound is not treated aggressively, a bone infection may develop, resulting in an amputation of the leg below the knee.

Patients who are taking immune suppression drugs are often more susceptible to infection. If such a patient develops an infection and it is not properly treated, an amputation can be an unfortunate consequence. Additionally, patients with diabetes have a much greater chance of having an amputation than a person without the disease.

Failing To Monitor The Surgery Site

If a patient undergoes surgery and the surgeon or other professional fails to monitor the site, a circulation problem may go undetected and lead to amputation of the limb that has been deprived of oxygen.

If a medical error or the failure to aggressively treat a problem while it is still in a treatable stage is the cause of your amputation, our experienced medical malpractice lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve. We recognize that an amputation may prevent you from working the same job you did before, putting your family's financial health in jeopardy. We work aggressively to obtain full compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering, medical bills and emotional stress.

Contact Our Attorneys For A Free Consultation About Your Amputation Injury

If you have suffered the loss of a limb due to complications from surgery, failure to treat an infection or as the result of an accident, we can help. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 419-318-3749 or contact our Toledo law firm online.