Amputations And Prosthetics

Aiding Victims Dealing With Amputations

The loss of an arm, leg, hand or foot in an accident is like no other type of injury and can have devastating effects on your physical and emotional well-being. Adapting to an amputation and the possible use of a prosthetic is a gradual process that is never easy. It is important to obtain the benefits that you need after a serious accident to be able to afford the medical treatment and rehabilitation that is critical to the recovery process.

At Galanti, Patti, & Winterscheidt, P.C., we have helped injured workers who have suffered amputations and other serious injuries in on-the-job accidents. We understand the workers’ comp claim process and how to speak with the insurance companies who pay the claims. Let us help you obtain the medical assistance you need..

Your Rehabilitation Is Our Priority

In the short term, injured workers who have suffered an amputation need time to heal. It is common for amputation victims to experience phantom pains in their nerve endings alongside the real pain from the accident itself. While the short-term problems of amputations are very apparent, there are also many long-term difficulties adapting to such a permanent disability. A workers’ compensation claim can help with your medical expenses, including:

  • Initial medical care
  • Emergency room treatment
  • Surgery
  • Prosthetics
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Future medical costs

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We Are Ready To Assist You

Let us help you file your workers’ compensation claim to ease the financial burden you are facing. Don’t wait to contact our office; move quickly to learn more about your rights after suffering an amputation on the job. Schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer you can trust by calling our East Alton office at  618-258-0420.


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We help injured workers protect their rights. Call us at 618-258-0420. Your email message receives our prompt attention. We offer discounts on our contingency fees to union members and military veterans.