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By definition, an amputation is the loss of a body part, most often arms, legs, fingers, hands, toes, or feet. When a body part is severed in an accident it is called a traumatic amputation. Traumatic amputation victims are at great risk for very serious complications such as infections, shock, bleeding, and even death.

Common causes of amputation accidents are improper maintenance of machinery, unsafe working conditions, lack of safety guards, insufficient employee training, and lack of proper protective equipment. Proper supervision, safety training and adequate safety procedures can help prevent amputation accidents.

If you have an amputation accident at your place of work, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits from your employer and potentially civil damages against the manufacturer of the equipment causing the amputation. The amputation attorneys at Gentry & Ashton Law represent individuals who have suffered from traumatic amputation injuries due to the negligence of others.

What Should I Do If I Have Suffered an Amputation?

If you have suffered a traumatic amputation, the attorneys at Gentry & Ashton Law are ready to help you. We recommend you take the following steps:
  • SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION. First and foremost, make sure you are taken immediately to an emergency center to prevent further damage and/complications.
  • REPORT YOUR INJURY. DO NOT WAIT to report your injury to your employer. Getting pictures of the amputation accident site and equipment/machinery that caused the amputation, names of witnesses and their contact information is also very important.
  • CALL AN ATTORNEY. Once you have been treated, call an amputation accident attorney. We can help you determine what your next steps will be.
If you have been involved in an amputation accident, you need a dedicated attorney by your side. Traumatic Amputation injuries can cause psychological injuries. We understand the life-long emotional suffering they can inflict on amputation victims and we want to help you recover from this devastating injury.

Our experienced amputation attorneys can get you the help you need. At Gentry & Ashton Law, we have handled severe traumatic amputation accident cases and we have the knowledge and experience necessary to help navigate this difficult time for you and your loved ones. Contact us today at (714) 541-4161 to schedule your FREE consultation and case evaluation.