Chicago Amputation Lawyer
An amputation is a loss that affects you physically, emotionally and financially. At the personal injury law firm of Steinberg Goodman & Kalish in Chicago, we understand the challenges you are facing. If your injury was caused by the negligence of another party, our lawyers will work hard to help you recover the compensation you deserve to help you deal with those challenges.
Our attorneys have obtained multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts for personal injury victims in Illinois. Contact Steinberg Goodman & Kalish to schedule a free consultation.
Helping Victims of Amputations
Our Chicago personal injury attorneys provide dedicated, personalized attention to people whose lives have been disrupted by the traumatic loss of an arm, leg, hand, foot or other bodily member. We are skilled at building strong cases of negligence for amputations resulting from all types of accidents, including:
- Car, truck and motorcycle accidents
- Industrial accidents
- Construction accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Dangerous and defective products
Our lawyers will seek maximum compensation to provide you with the financial resources you will need for prosthetic devices and therapy, medical devices such as motorized wheelchairs, vehicle modifications, home modifications and medical care. We will work with medical and financial experts who will help us create an individual care plan to ensure that we anticipate and plan for your future needs, including improved prosthetics as they become available.
While your life will change as a result of an amputation, you have every reason to look forward to your new life with hope. Our lawyers will deal with the legal and financial issues you face so you can focus on adjusting to your new physical circumstances.
Contact Our Chicago Amputation Injury Lawyers
There is no cost or obligation to discuss your amputation case with an attorney at our firm. Call 312-818-3704 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation. We represent clients throughout Illinois. If you are unable to travel to us, we will come to you.