If you or someone you know has suffered an amputation due to another party’s negligence, you should call an attorney with expertise in such injuries. Since amputations can result in large medical bills, lost wages, and a significant loss in quality of life, contact attorney David Azizi at 800-991-5292 for help as soon as possible.
Experience With Amputation Injury Cases in Los Angeles
The Law Offices of David Azizi offers free consultations and can be reached 24/7. David will discuss your situation with you, drawing from his experience with amputation cases that goes back to 1998. After reviewing your case, he will be able to tell you what compensation you may be entitled to receive.
If your amputation injury occurred at work, we still strongly encourage you to talk about it with David. Workers’ compensation, also called “workers’ comp,” is often the only recourse an employee has in such an accident. But if a third party was negligent and caused your suffering, then there may be grounds for a personal injury lawsuit as well.
For instance, if a construction worker is using a power saw and he accidentally cuts off one of his fingers, workers’ comp would be his only recourse. But if the power saw was defective to begin with, you may be able to bring a lawsuit against the saw’s manufacturer. In this example, your suit would claim that the maker was negligent and produced a faulty piece of equipment.
Whether their dismemberment accidents occurred on the job or not, Los Angeles residents have called David because he wins settlements involving all the common causes and types of amputation at a 98-percent rate. They also go to him because he truly sympathizes with the lifelong consequences of these kinds of injury.
An Important Conversation About Amputation Injuries and Lawsuits
Los Angeles amputation attorney David Azizi discusses the important elements involved in amputation lawsuits and how the process of working with a lawyer after an amputation injury work. Listen to the audio episode below. Click here for full transcription of episode.
Common Causes for Amputations
An advocate for amputation victims since the late 1990s, David has handled all types of amputation cases. Frequent reasons for amputation include:
- Car crashes, truck accidents, and motorcycle wrecks
- Malfunctioning agricultural and manufacturing machinery
- Construction work site hazards
- Improperly designed electric doors, elevators, and escalators
- Fireworks and other explosive devices that do not conform to government safety standards
- Infections due to a lack of surgical cleanliness and other forms of medical malpractice
David will aggressively pursue monetary compensation for injuries from these and many other causes of amputation. Call our law offices to discuss whether your situation qualifies as a negligence case.