A Loss of Limb Attorney Can Pursue Maximum Restitution

Loss of a limb, or loss of use of a limb, is a devastating injury. Have you or a loved one suffered amputation or limb paralysis because of a motor vehicle accident or another type of accident caused by someone else’s negligence? You have the right to take action and hold the negligent party accountable. Contact an experienced loss of limb attorney at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton in Provo, UT, at (801) 753-1616 or toll-free at (800) 898-4878.

Your career will have an impact on the compensation you are entitled to. For example, a person who hangs drywall for a living may be entitled to more compensation for the loss of a hand than an attorney would because the drywaller would have significantly more difficulty continuing his or her career after the accident, if at all. The drywaller would be entitled to more compensation for lost wages.

Utah Loss of Limb Attorney

With more than 50 years of combined experience, our lawyers are able to handle all types of loss of limb cases, including loss of an arm, leg, hand, foot, finger, or toe.

In Utah, an impairment rating is given depending on the limb that has been lost. That impairment rating, together with functional capacity and how the injury impacts your ability to work, will play a large role in determining your compensation. We make certain compensation covers everything, including future medical expenses and replacement prosthetics.

Call for a Free Consultation

Call the Utah Loss of Limb Attorneys at Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton locally at (801) 753-1616 or toll-free at (800) 898-4878, or contact us online for a free, no-obligation consultation.

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Provo, UT

3000 N University Ave #300
Provo, UT 84604

(801) 500-4000

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West Jordan, UT 84088

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