Leg and arm amputation cases attract personal injury and malpractice lawyers in any jurisdiction, but particularly in states where there is a cap on noneconomic damages. This is because there are great economic costs associated with artificial limbs and the injuries often have an impact on the victim’s ability to earn a living. In most states, these costs are not subject to a cap on damages.
Life with a Limb
Fortunately, most of us do not have experience with what life is like living without a limb. Our lawyers have seen what victims endure up close. You can look at this day in the life video that our client has kindly allowed us to post. This will give you some idea. But, really, it was one of those things you really can’t KNOW unless you are living it.