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Suffered an amputation injury? Coria Law can help you maximize the compensation you are entitled to for your medical care, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

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It is evident that an injury resulting in an amputation is life-altering. Individuals have to make adjustments in all components of their lives, but it all comes at a cost. When someone is injured due to the negligent actions of another, this gives rise to the ability to file a claim against the other person or their insurance company. If we are able to prove the negligence of another, we will then be able to obtain a fair and just compensation for our injured client.

Most Common Causes of Amputation Injuries:

Motor Vehicle Accidents: During a car accident, a limb may be severed without possible reattached. It is also possible for a limb to be crushed between items, causing the need for an amputation.
Construction Site Accidents: Due to the long hours construction site workers have, many workers become weary which can lead to the mishandling of heavy machinery and power tools.
Severe Burns: Third and fourth-degree burns can cause damage to the tissue of your skin, muscles, and bones, causing the need for an amputation.

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If you have been injured and believe someone else is to blame for the injury in an incident, outside of the course of your employment, you may be entitled to a personal injury case. Coria Law has the ability to assist you in obtaining compensation for, but not limited to, medical expenses, property damage, pain and suffering, and lost wages. We will always prioritize your health and make sure you get the treatment you need.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As a claim or lawsuit can be very time consuming and difficult, there is no harm in getting a free consultation about your case. Our attorney is able to explain the rules of the state of California and help you decide whether it would be better to go ahead with a claim or file a lawsuit.

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What type of medical care do amputees need?

Each individual has a different situation that requires a personal treatment plan.
Common healthcare providers for amputation injuries include, but are not limited to:
+ A rehabilitation doctor
+ A Pain Management doctor
+ A Physical Therapist
+ An Occupational Therapist
+ A Psychological Therapist

How can a amputation attorney help me with my case?

At Coria Law, we prioritize treatment of our clients because it is important that all injuries are addressed and cared for properly. Our office works with many medical doctors and facilities across Southern California. With the resources we have, we are able to get you into all types of medical treatment needed right away.

Secondly, we take on the responsibility of obtaining compensation from the responsible party. Many insurance companies and at-fault parties will low-ball victims without attorneys. Surprisingly, many people take those offers because they do not fully know what their case/situation is worth. An attorney would be able to evaluate your case and fight for a fair compensation.

How much does an attorney charge for their services?

At Coria Law, we work on a contingency basis. Thus, if we don’t win, you don’t pay! This is provided to all of our clients in writing upon them hiring our firm.