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There are a number of ways negligent actions could lead to the dire result of amputation. At Robins Kaplan, our legal and medical professionals have experience with a wide range of preventable accidents that could lead to a personal injury claim:

  • Car accidents
  • Work accidents
  • Industrial accidents
  • Boat accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Defective products

Regardless of the type of accident, if someone negligently caused the incident that led to amputation, there may be cause to investigate further and pursue damages.

Personal injury cases dealing with amputations are always multi-faceted and require bringing together different types of knowledge and experience to address the diverse aspects of the case. That’s why our resources make a difference in these cases. We have a robust team that includes medical and investigative professionals, as well as our experienced attorneys and paralegals. We’re able to collaborate to prepare a thorough case. We’re able to tap into our large firm’s significant resources to pursue the best, most strategic path.

If amputation has impacted your life, our team can make a difference. To get started, please complete our free case evaluation form above.

Our attorneys handle matters primarily in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

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