According to national statistics, there are about three million amputees living in the United States. While this is a large number, the pain is still individual. Each person has his life permanently changed due to a personal injury. He had to give up doing things he once enjoyed and learn how to do familiar things in new ways. He also suffered emotional pain and suffering, as well as worry about hospital bills and lost work.
At Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald LLP, we understand how seriously a lost limb can affect a person's entire life. Located in northeastern Pennsylvania, we represent clients in courts — even against the largest defendants and in the most complex cases.
While many lawyers are unwilling to represent people against powerful corporate defendants that employ high-powered law firms and large-scale insurance carriers, Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald, L.L.P. has the resources necessary to handle these complex cases involving serious injuries. We are northeast Pennsylvania's oldest and largest law firm. With 40 attorneys, as well as paralegals and support staff, we have the depth and breadth of experience necessary to effectively handle almost any issue that may arise in a personal injury case.
We are dedicated to fighting on behalf of injury victims who have lost limbs in accidents. Our goal is to obtain compensation for the harm they suffered and give them the resources to move forward with their lives. Whether you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident or motorcycle accident, been injured by a drunk driver or experienced a collision with a tractor trailer, our attorneys are prepared to represent you in Pennsylvania courts.
Workplace accidents are the most common place for amputations. Most of the people who suffered amputations on the job lost the limb while working on dangerous machinery. There were many reasons for this. Defective or inadequate safety guards or guards that had been removed were often to blame. Poor training was also a factor, often leading to failure to comply with safety regulations.
When the attorneys at Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald LLP handle your case, we consider all the factors that may affect you. Whether or not the accident happened at work, we carefully calculate all the ways your amputation has changed your life. You may need a prosthetic device. You may also need physical therapy, occupational therapy or job training. A favorable recovery in your personal injury can give you the resources necessary to reclaim your life and begin moving forward.
Contact any of our northeastern Pennsylvania offices in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton or Hazleton for a free and confidential consultation with a personal injury lawyer. For our clients' convenience, we also offer home or hospital visits to seriously injured clients.
Richard Russo is the contributing attorney to this content.