Charlotte Amputation Lawsuit
North Carolina Loss of Limb Settlement

The loss of a limb or other body part is one of the most devastating types of injuries that an individual can sustain. Not only does this affect someone physically, but also mentally, emotionally and often, financially. After the loss, you may not be able to go back to the same job that you were working and your life may need numerous accommodations in order for you to thrive.

$8,000,000 confidential settlement for infant with bilateral leg amputations following improper placement of femoral line. Case was resolved in association with former US Senator John R. Edwards. 1998: Mecklenburg County, NC

$1,840,517.12 recovery for a pedestrian who suffered a traumatic amputation of her leg when a bus crashed into a parked truck, causing the truck to jump the curb and strike the pedestrian as she was entering a restaurant. 2012: Buncombe County, NC

When the leg amputation, arm amputation, loss of finger or other loss of limb is the result of someone else’s negligence, it is important that you take action. At the North Carolina office of Charles G. Monnett, III & Associates, we are experienced and compassionate attorneys who confidently handle all types of personal injury cases, including those involving car accidents, workplace accidents and other accidents involving amputations. We understand the sensitive nature of these cases and work closely with our clients to see that their needs are being addressed.

Every case is unique and must be evaluated on its particular merits. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcomes.

Contact us online today or by calling us at 704.376.1911 in the Charlotte area or toll free at 1.800.977.3077.

Issues Amputees Face

Individuals who have had a body part amputated often face more issues than just how to cope with the medical treatment of the amputation. Amputees often must deal with:

  • Retraining (in order to work)
  • Prosthetics
  • Wound care
  • Home modification
  • Vehicle modification

All of these issues require time and money. While an individual may have the time, he or she may be struggling with the money, as lost wages from the inability to work and medical bills may be impacting the victim. Our firm understands these issues and aggressively pursues compensation on your behalf so you can get the assistance you need and support you deserve.

Take Action Now

There are time constraints that limit how long you have after an accident to file a lawsuit in order to seek compensation for your injuries and losses. When meeting with a lawyer at our office, we can discuss any statute of limitation issues and advise you of your rights.

Contact a Charlotte Amputation Lawsuit Lawyer Today

If you have had a limb amputated as the result of a car accident, workplace accident or other type of accident, we can help you. Get in touch with our North Carolina firm to schedule a free confidential consultation today. You can learn about your options for seeking a resolution to your case by calling us at 704.376.1911 in the Charlotte area or toll free at 1.800.977.3077, or Contact Us online. Our experience and our service are our legacy.

For additional information about serious injury matters and attorney representation, please visit our page on How to Choose a Lawyer in a Serious Injury Case.