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Every year, 20,000 American workers suffer amputation injuries on the job. These injuries often lead to permanent disability or even death. Amputations occur most frequently in the manufacturing sector, followed by the construction and retail trades. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ranks workplace injuries among the top of severe injuries and illnesses in the nation. If you recently sustained an amputation injury, our Texas amputation injury lawyers help you take legal action.
We can help you file an injury lawsuit for:
- Medical bills
- Loss of earning capacity
- Lost wages
- Physical therapy
Amputation Injuries Can Be Prevented
Employers can prevent amputation injuries from occurring on the job by following proper policies and use of safety equipment. However, despite the fact that simple measures can help reduce incidents of amputation, many employers continue to subject their employees to unsafe and hazardous working conditions. By bringing suit, you encourage safer practices and perhaps prevent others from being injured.
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If you have suffered an amputation and believe a defective product or your employer’s failure to protect you is to blame, contact Waltman & Grisham to discuss your legal rights. We have more than 30 years of experience handling a wide range of personal injury cases. We are proud to have recovered tens of millions of dollars in compensation for our clients.
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