Get Full Compensation For The Loss Of A Limb
Introducing Our Firm
If you or a family member has suffered the loss of a limb in an accident or amputation following a devastating injury, experienced legal representation is critical. The rest of your life will be determined partly by your ability to maximize compensation for the injury.
If negligence or a wrongful act by a third party played a role in your injury, you are entitled to sue for compensation. The other party's insurance company and your own insurance might be responsible for your compensation, and it requires a skilled attorney to access the coverage that you deserve.
Limb Loss And Amputation: Possibly Life-Threatening, Certainly Life-Altering
A strong case coupled with strong legal advocacy may be able to secure compensation that goes beyond available insurance coverage.
At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, we represent clients throughout New Jersey who have suffered the loss of a limb. Whether your injury was the result of a work accident, car accident, motorcycle accident, medical error, defective product, animal attack or medication error, we can help you seek maximum compensation.
What Compensation Is Possible After Amputation?
Pursuing the compensation you deserve will depend on whether you were injured on someone else's property, at work, on a construction site or somewhere else. It will depend on insurance coverage and the liability of the responsible party.
We will automatically pursue compensation for:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages/income
- Pain and suffering
- Rehabilitation and physical therapy
- Long-term care
Other compensation that might be possible includes Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and punitive damages.
Our team of lawyers and specialists will independently investigate your case and pursue the full and fair compensation you need to be able to lead a fulfilling life that still offers opportunity. We prepare for trial from day one, and we will represent you until all legal matters concerning your injury are resolved.
Get A Free Case Evaluation And Answers To Your Questions
Please contact us online or call us at 973-292-2299 in Morristown. We take cases in Morris County and throughout North Jersey, handling all cases on a contingency fee basis and committed to your best possible outcome.