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Amputation Injury and Loss of Use of Limb

When a work-related injury results in a severed limb, a required surgical amputation or the permanent loss of use of a limb or other body part, you are entitled to special compensation under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation laws. This includes amputation or loss of use of an arm, hand, fingers, leg, foot or toes. Your employer’s Workers’ Compensation insurance covers all medical treatments, including surgeries and prosthetic limbs, as well as lost wage benefits. It also provides “specific loss” benefits, calculated for a certain number of weeks, depending on what part of your body was injured, even if you do not miss any work because of your job injury. The Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyers of Pearson Koutcher Law, have represented many clients in work injury claims for amputation or loss of use of a limb and understand the special considerations needed to compensate you for your permanent workplace injury.

Have You Lost A Limb In A Workplace Accident? Get Help Now!

Pearson Koutcher Law has handled workplace compensation cases involving lost limbs or loss of use of body parts for over forty years. Our work injury lawyers understand the hardship you’re going through and are here to make your life a little bit easier in your time of need. We know that your work related amputation accident has caused you enough pain and strife and we’ll work to get you the benefits you need to compensate for this permanent work related injury.

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Call Pearson Koutcher Law to Discuss Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

Let us put our decades of experience to work for you, helping you navigate the complexities of the Workers’ Compensation laws.

Pearson Koutcher Law
1650 Arch Street
Suite 2501
Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 627-0700

Bethlehem Office serving the Lehigh Valley
528 Maple Street,
Bethlehem, PA 18018

(484) 294-4090

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