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Indianapolis Amputation Lawyer

At the Law Offices of Daniel L. Quigley, the Indianapolis workers' compensation attorney has seen nearly every type of work-related injury possible. Let's face it - few things are more frightening than dealing with an amputation. For many people, the combination of physical pain and emotional trauma can be overwhelming. Trying to handle the reality of being confined to a wheelchair or having to re-learn basic motor functions with a prosthetic limb can be absolutely overwhelming.

We know from working with clients how catastrophic injuries that lead to amputation can create hardships in an individual's personal, professional, and social life. We know that there are few things that can justify the misconduct that led to your amputation. With legal representation from Attorney Daniel L. Quigley, you can have an advocate working directly with you to hold a negligent employer or third party responsible for the wrongs that have been done to you.

Securing Results & Maximizing Your Benefits for More Than a Decade

The Law Offices of Daniel L. Quigley has helped countless working men and women recover compensation after they have been seriously injured due to workplace negligence. We know how serious your injuries are and can fight to make sure that your benefits cover the care that is necessary for you to recover after such a shocking injury. Your compensation could include costs of medical treatment, counseling, and loss of income due to time off from work.

Amputation claims can arise from many types of catastrophic workplace incidents, including construction accidents. We have successfully handled cases involving:

  • Finger amputations
  • Hand and arm amputations
  • Leg, foot, and toe amputations
  • Eye loss or blindness
  • Ear loss or deafness
  • Loss of natural teeth

Call a Workers' Compensation Attorney in Indianapolis

Attorney Daniel L. Quigley believes that his clients and injured victims throughout Indiana should not have to suffer the emotional, physical, and financial consequences of negligent employers or injury-causing incidents that take place on job sites. As a lawyer with more than 15 years of experience representing injured workers in Indianapolis, Attorney Quigley has helped countless clients achieve satisfactory results after a work-related amputation. When you need compensation for your injuries to help pay your bills and cover expenses as you undergo treatment, the Law Offices of Daniel L. Quigley can help ensure your negligent employer abides by Indianapolis workers' compensation laws.

Don't wait any longer. Let our firm put our years of experience, extensive knowledge of the law, and aggressive approach to representation to work for you. You deserve compassionate legal representation after a traumatic injury such as amputation.

Contact the Indiana workers' compensation lawyer to schedule your personal case evaluation with Attorney Quigley!

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