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Vlazny v. Cavarrocci MD et al: One of the largest medical malpractice verdict in Pennsylvania history. This case involved an adult heart surgeon who operated on a baby who required a relatively simple heart surgery. Dr. Cavarrocci was unfamiliar with the tiny anatomy of a very small, premature neonate, and his lack of knowledge caused the baby to suffer severe brain damage and amputation of his arm.

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About Amputation

An amputation occurs when any body part is either wholly or partially lost as a result of an accident, assault, malpractice, negligence or product defect. Any amputation-whether of an arm, leg, foot, hand, finger, or toe-is a life-altering event that causes the injured victim serious pain and challenges, including having to relearn how to perform the basic tasks of life.

Any person who has suffered an amputation is faced with extensive physical therapy and occupational therapy just to carry out the basic tasks of everyday living. Not only does an amputation cause physical injuries, but it also causes emotional injuries, lost income or wages, expensive medical bills, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, as well as many other damages and hurdles.

The Beasley Firm's Philadelphia amputation injury lawyers have experience handling amputation injuries in court-call (215) 866-2424 to speak with us about whether you have a valid claim.

Protecting Victims of Amputation Since 1958

If you have suffered an amputation injury, turn to The Beasley Firm today. Our trial lawyers in Philadelphia have decades of experience representing amputation victims in different contexts, from workplace injuries to surgical malpractice. As a result, we understand the struggles and costs associated with relearning how to live life with a missing limb.

We have represented patients who have lost all or part of their limbs due to industrial accidents, workplace injuries, auto accidents, and medical malpractice. Many of the amputation cases that we have successfully resolved at trial or settlement included the failure to diagnose blood vessel disease, failure to manage diabetes, and post surgical complications such as compartment syndrome.

Our clients who have suffered with an amputation, whether above the knee, below the knee, an arm, or a hand, have been paid millions and that has helped to get them to proper care and treatment, and compensation for all of their pain and suffering. Like our other catastrophic injury clients, those who have suffered from amputation injuries have the benefit of our experience, which includes the following:

  • 300+ verdicts & settlements larger than $1 million
  • Over $2 billion in awards to our clients
  • Some of the largest personal injury verdicts in Pennsylvania history: $907 million, $100 million, $55 million, and more.

Leading Causes of Amputation Injuries

As written above, amputations can be a result of workplace injuries, product defects, negligence, malpractice or a failure to diagnose and treat a medical emergency. Some of the more common causes of limb amputations are:

We Win Your Battles

Any victim of an amputation is going to have a life-long battle-but they don't have to fight alone. Our experienced injury lawyers here at The Beasley Firm understand that and have successfully represented amputation victims and their families with documented results.

Our highly specialized and experienced trial lawyers know how to try a case involving an amputation.  If you or a loved one has been a victim of an amputation or wrongful death, please contact one of our experienced Philadelphia amputation attorneys at (215) 866-2424 for a confidential and free consultation.

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