The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens specializes in all types of injury law, including injuries that result in an amputation of a limb or other appendage. These types of injuries can happen while engaging in a work-related activity, as a result of a defective product, because of unsafe premises, or because of gross negligence in general. If you or a loved one were injured as a result of someone else's negligent actions, call us today for a complimentary case evaluation over the phone. If you decide to pursue your case, we will move forward immediately, and will not charge you any fees at all until we have recovered the maximum compensation due to you under the law. When you hire our firm, you will get nearly three decades of personal injury law experience.
The nature of the injury and impact on their quality of life and income determines what type of compensation we are able to recover for our clients. If you were injured on the job, please visit our workers' compensation page for more information on how these types of cases are generally handled. All other injury cases will be handled as a general personal injury case.
The recovery from the loss of a finger or limb lasts for months, and can put a strain on families physically, emotionally and financially. Surgery and wound care are often the first steps to recover from an amputation, followed by physical therapy and sometimes prosthetics. While our clients are recovering from their injuries, they nearly always lose time from work. Their injuries might also limit their ability to ever return to work in the field in which they had previously been employed. Long term consequences can include lack of ability to drive or play sports. Victims of amputation also experience a reduced ability to perform daily tasks such as doing laundry or washing dishes. Some of our clients have had to hire in home care givers or assistants to help with the performance of their routine activities of daily living. Long term help is not inexpensive.
An experienced personal injury lawyer looks at the totality of the case when presenting the request for compensation to the at fault party and their insurance companies. All of the losses described above contribute to the justification for financial recovery.
At The Law Office of Casey W. Stevens, our lawyers approach personal injury cases involving amputation with skill, experience and, above all, respect and care. We form strong professional bonds with our clients, making us personally invested in seeing that they get full compensation for their injury. If you would like to talk about your personal injury case during a free initial consultation, contact one of our North Georgia offices today! We have locations in Alpharetta, Atlanta, Woodstock, Canton, Dawsonville and Suwanee.... or we'll come to you. (770) 408-6364Exploring Every Avenue of Compensation
We handle every client as if they are our only one. With well over 20 years of experience specializing in personal injury law, you can be confident your case will be handled with the expertise all injury victims deserve. While we can do nothing to eliminate the loss, you can obtain compensation for your injury and perhaps a sense of closure. We explore every avenue of recovery, considering loss of income, pain and suffering, and inability to complete daily tasks.Applying Our Experience
Attorney Stevens is a former insurance defense lawyer, and his resulting knowledge from that experience will be put to use for you.
Contact us for a free consultation at one of our Six Georgia offices, or we will be happy to meet with you at a location more convenient to you. Our office number is 770-408-6364. Office locations are in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Suwanee, Woodstock, Canton and Dawsonville.