Amputation Lawyers In Huntington

Amputations are among the most serious of injuries that can result from an accident. The loss of a limb affects every aspect of your life and will require you to make lifelong changes to adapt as you recover. People who have been hurt in workplace accidents deserve to be represented by a lawyer who knows what it takes to maximize their recovery and help them get set up for a strong recovery.

The experienced team at Cyrus, Adkins & Walker, Attorneys at Law will stand up for you and help you through this journey. We advocate for people who have suffered catastrophic injuries and work to help them get both the personal injury benefits that they may be entitled to. You can turn to us for compassionate and assertive legal counsel.

Serving Clients In Charleston: Severed Limb Injury Attorneys

No amount of financial compensation can ever make you whole again. Compensation can, however, help you pay for medical treatments and help provide a stable financial situation for you and your family now — and in the future.

Our amputation lawyers in Huntington have diverse experience handling a broad range of amputation claims involving the following:

  • Defective machinery
  • Collapses at construction sites
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Defective household products

Approaching the case from a comprehensive standpoint helps us maximize the results we are able to get for our clients.

Serious injuries require the attention of a skilled and experienced lawyer. Please contact Cyrus, Adkins & Walker, Attorneys at Law , to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced attorney to discuss your case. We will fight for you and provide the representation you deserve. Call 304-521-1582, 888-594-7284 or schedule a meeting online. We offer free initial consultations and serve clients throughout West Virginia.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:Do I have to pay for hiring experts, depositions, and other expenses of getting my case to trial?

A:At Cyrus & Adkins, we will advance all costs necessary for the development and presentation of your case. In the event of a successful recovery, whether by settlement or verdict, these necessary costs and expenses are reimbursable to our firm.

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