Houston Lawyer Specializes in Amputation Injury
Voted TOP 100 Texas trial lawyers Hugh Howerton is a Board Certified personal injury lawyer who specializes in amputation injury cases caused by accidents.
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Did you or a loved one suffer an amputation in an accident caused by another person’s or corporation’s negligence? If so you need a special type of personal injury lawyer to represent you in a claim and lawsuit against the responsible party. They are known as a Houston amputation injury lawyer.
Hugh Howerton specializes in amputation injury cases caused by accidents. These injuries are both physically and emotionally devastating injuries. Accidental causes include car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, industrial accidents, or electrical shock.
If your loved one suffered a traumatic injury caused by negligence or product liability they deserve justice and need help. They will need a personal injury attorney that specializes in this area to help make sure those responsible pay for what they have done and to provide the financial support necessary to care for your loved one.
Amputation Injury Costs & Facts
- For patients not covered by health insurance, $20,000 to $60,000 is the typical cost. This includes the surgeon’s fee, facility fee, anesthesia and medical supplies. The part of the body being amputated is a huge factor in the cost (anything above the knee would be on the higher end).
- After this, physical therapy is necessary.
- After the surgery a prosthesis is made. The cost of a prosthesis ranges from a few thousand dollars for a very basic prosthetic limb to more than $50,000 for a more high-tech limb with a computer chip. But even the most expensive prosthetic limbs only last 3-5 years which means they will need to be replaced over the course of a lifetime
- It is estimated that at least 30,000 of these traumatic events occur every year in the U.S.
Call Houston injury lawyer Hugh Howerton for a FREE confidential case review at 713.984.9848 or send Hugh an e-mail.