Workers' Compensation Benefits for Loss of Limbs

Amputated Leg

Suffering Permanent Loss or Amputated Limbs?

Losing the use of a body part, or losing that body part altogether, is a traumatic, life-altering experience. If you've been injured on the job, causing permanent damage or total amputation of a body part, we can help you receive a "Specific Loss" payment with your workers' compensation.

We can only imagine the pain and uncertainty that comes with such a loss. We're committed to helping you deal with the hassle and strain of workers' compensation. We'll fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Our free legal consultation is quick and easy. Just call us at 1-866-943-3427 or simply fill out our free online legal consultation located at the top right corner of this page.

What is Specific Loss? Do I qualify?

Specific Loss is a particular benefit of workers' compensation that you can claim if you've lost, or lost the use of, a body part. You may qualify for Specific Loss payments if you've lost the use of:

  • Fingers
  • Thumbs
  • Hands
  • Feet
  • Arms
  • Toes
  • Legs
  • Eyes
  • Ears

Specific Loss is a lump sum payment, as opposed to money added to your workers' compensation. We will help you understand what kind of payment is fair for your loss, and we'll consider the future for you and your loved ones. We want to make sure you have future medical costs covered, so you don't have to worry and can get back to what's most important – enjoying your life.

We'll Get Specific Loss Payments for You

We have decades of experience dealing with Specific Loss cases, and we'll put that experience to work for you. The workers' compensation system is full of complicated legal jargon that can be confusing and difficult to understand.

We can help file your Specific Loss claim, help you consider your future unexpected medical costs, and get you the money you deserve. Call now for your free consultation. We're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions.

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