San Diego Amputation Injury Accident Lawyer
Amputation Injury ACCIDENT LAWYERS IN SAN DIEGO
Prior to founding the firm, Chris Movafagh (Aka Chris Mova), was a law clerk at one of the biggest and most prestigious personal injury firms in Southern California where he honed his legal tactics and negotiation skills.
He saw a problem with the firm he worked for and every other big personal injury law firm. Each client was not treated as a human, but rather as a number. The goal of these big firms was to retain as many clients per month as possible and settle as many cases as possible. Chris did not think this was fair to the client because there was always money left on the table for the client. But the big firms would always push their client to accept the lowball offer.
Chris saw this and wanted to make a difference, even if it was small. He wanted to only take on a handful of clients and treat each of his clients like the unique person they are; each with a different story of their pain and suffering. Chris made it his personal goal to hand pick the best team to help him reach his goal of creating the Best Personal Injury Law Firm San Diego has seen.
Today, Chris Mova is well respected across the country for helping lawyers achieve spectacular awards and settlements on behalf of their clients. He coaches personal injury lawyers in other states on how to properly setup a personal injury case, how to negotiate it, and how to litigate it, especially cases involving spinal injury and brain injuries.
If you are interested in having Chris Mova and his staff represent you, please call us now and Chris or one of his hand picked team members will assist you.
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Amputation Injury accidents come at a cost, but you shouldn’t be fighting the insurance companies for something that was not your fault!
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WE CAN HELP WITH AMPUTATION INJURY CASE
Amputation occurs when any limb or piece of the body is severed, either in an accident or in a planned surgery. An amputation can be partial or total. Losing a limb entirely can have devastating consequences. People who suffer an amputation or require surgical amputation due to other personal injuries may need medical care and prosthetics for the rest of their lives. They may not be able to work in their current jobs and have to change careers. They may experience significant phantom limb pain as well as debilitating psychological distress. A person who suffers an amputation often has to adjust to a whole new life and relearn basis skills, such as eating, using the bathroom, and walking.
Workplace accidents in factories and manufacturing plants can give rise to amputation injuries. In most states, workers’ compensation is the only available remedy against an employer if you suffer a loss of limb at work. If an unintentional amputation is caused by someone else’s negligence outside the workplace, however, that person can be sued for compensatory damages. For example, a truck accident can result in the loss of a limb. So can a defectively designed product.
In some cases, a scheduled amputation occurs because poor medical care after an accident led to gangrene that necessitated an amputation, or a doctor failed to appropriately and promptly treat the injury to avoid amputation. Other circumstances that have given rise to medical malpractice lawsuits based on amputation include a surgeon leaving a surgical sponge in a leg, removal of the wrong limb, failure to adequately treat a post-operative blood clot, and a misdiagnosed infection that becomes life-threatening and requires amputation.