Orlando Amputation Attorney
Amputation is the term used for the removal of part or all of an extremity as a result of trauma or surgery. For surgical purposes, amputations are routinely performed on a limb to control disease processes such as malignant cancerous tissues or bones, diabetic infections or gangrene. An amputation may also be performed as a means of pain control or to remove limbs that have been damaged or partially severed from a traumatic accident. Traumatic amputations may occur when a limb has been severed abruptly at the scene of an accident.
Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., earned medical degree from the Brown University Medical School and a law degree from the University of Florida College of Law. He has been practicing law for over 24 years and has recovered more than $100 million dollars for his clients. He handles a variety of injury cases involving accidents, medical malpractice and other personal injury cases.
The attorneys and legal professionals at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., strive to serve each person with the professionalism that they would expect to receive as a client. Mr. Barszcz originally created his law firm to establish close, professional relationships with each client. Mr. Barszcz and his staff are dedicated to honestly, diligently and aggressively protecting the interests of injured people and their families.
Types of Amputations
There are several different types of amputations that a surgeon may perform depending on the needs of the patient. These are also amputations that may be accidental resulting from an accident.
- Ankle disarticulation (separated at the ankle joint)
- Partial foot
- Van-ness rotation (foot turned around and reattached to form a knee)
- Hip disarticulation
- Amputation of digits (toes or fingers)
- Wrist disarticulation
- Forearm (trans-radial)
- Elbow disarticulation
- Shoulder disarticulation and fore quarter amputation
At the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., we represent clients on a contingency basis. This means that the attorneys are only paid a fee if there is a recovery in your case. To learn more about legal representation in an amputation claim, please contact the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., for a free consultation.
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