Amputation Attorneys in Kenner & Covington, Louisiana
Loss of a limb is a dramatic injury on any scale. There is no way to put a price on a part of one’s body, no amount of money that makes up for the physical disability or the psychological impact.
Rue Law Firm works to obtain justice for amputation accidents by holding the negligent party accountable for a life-altering injury and by pursuing monetary damages to cover financial hardships and improve quality of life.
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Attorneys at Rue Law Firm have represented clients throughout Greater New Orleans and Louisiana who lost appendages in personal injury or workplace accidents — maritime accidents, machinery accidents, power tool accidents, dog bites and motor vehicle accidents. Whether the limb was severed at the scene or surgically amputated because of tissue damage or infection, the loss is profoundly traumatic.
The attorneys at Rue Law Firm have recovered damages for amputated arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, toes, ears, and other body parts. Workers’ compensation rules and insurance companies commonly assign a fixed dollar figure to different amputation injuries. They try to individualize the loss and calculate the tangible damages:
Medical care, including surgery
Prosthetic limbs and future replacements
Lost wages and lost earning capacity
Lost opportunities of a young child
Counseling or treatment for depression
Disfigurement and loss of social status
The attorneys at Rue Law Firm want to help clients live as normal a life as possible following an amputation. They realize that coming to terms with a loss of limb is humbling, frustrating and very unfair. They will do everything they can to make the responsible parties acknowledge and atone for the accident.
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For a free consultation with a New Orleans Amputation Injury Attorney reach out at StephenRue@me.com or call (24 hours a day/night). The attorneys at Rue Law Firm have years of experience in successfully litigating personal injury cases.