Amputations & Loss of Limb

Amputation Attorneys in Monmouth County

New Jersey Lawyer for Loss of Limb

Losing an arm or a leg to amputation after an accident or because of a medical mistake by a doctor or surgeon means losing a part of your life. Everything changes, as you must handle ongoing medical treatment, the cost of prosthetic devices and physical therapy, as well as making changes to your home to accommodate your loss of mobility. If the amputation injury was the result of another party’s negligence, the sense of injustice is overwhelming.

At Hobbie & DeCarlo, P.C., we help victims of negligence recover the compensation they need and deserve for their loss of limb and other serious and catasrophic injuries. Our attorneys have years of experience — not just negotiating quick settlements, but preparing every case for trial. When we begin to negotiate a full and fair settlement, the opposing side knows we have our facts in order and a clear case to win in front of a jury.

An amputated leg or arm is not a temporary injury. There are real, lifetime consequences. You will be facing financial damages for medical care, rehabilitation and loss of income for the rest of your life. You have the right to recover full and fair compensation from the negligent party that caused your catastrophic injuries.

Excellence Is Our Passion. Experience Is Our Tool.

We have earned recognition from legal professionals throughout New Jersey for our hard work and passion for excellence. We understand that your family needs more than a lawyer who will fill out the forms. You need and deserve a team of professionals you can rely on to be on your side. Not just in the courtroom, but whenever you need to talk about your worries and concerns. We encourage you to call us anytime to discuss your case. If you need social services, we will point you to some excellent resources to get you the help you are looking for. You will have an entire team of experience, knowledgeable trial lawyers working on your behalf.

We Represent You on a Contingency Fee Basis. No Lawyers’ Fees if You Don’t Win

We understand that a serious personal injury puts a major strain on your family’s financial circumstances. We work on a contingency fee basis. You will pay no attorneys’ fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.

Consultation and Case Evaluation

From offices in Eatontown and Brick, we represent clients in Red Bank and other communities throughout Monmouth County, Ocean County and Middlesex County. Contact us to talk to the amputation lawyers in Red Bank today.