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We Are Here For Clients After An Injury Causes Amputation

Losing a limb is one of the most devastating injuries a person can experience. Amputations occur most frequently in workplace settings that require employees to work with or around heavy machinery, equipment, tools and vehicles. Often, construction workers, ironworkers and other union members are the victims of amputation accidents.

At Anesi, Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen Ltd., we have stood up for the rights of the injured for more than 55 years. We have represented thousands of union members, including construction workers, ironworkers and others who have suffered devastating injuries, as well as families who have lost loved ones in workplace accidents.

Below are two brief summaries of amputation cases that we have resolved for past clients:

  • $20,937,000 verdict for an ironworker whose arm was severed by a 550-pound steel beam falling from a crane on a construction site. The arm was surgically reattached, but is not fully functional.
  • $7,820,000 settlement for a female construction worker who suffered the amputation of her arm when it became entangled in the gears of a crane due to defective design of the safety guard.

Fierce Advocates For Clients Who Have Lost A Limb

Our attorneys are each highly focused in their legal areas. If your amputation injury requires experienced representation in the area of workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability or any other area, we will assign the appropriate team of knowledgeable lawyers to your case. We will handle the legal aspects of your injury, allowing you to focus on therapy, spending time with your family and moving forward with your life.

If you or a family member has been in an accident resulting in amputation in Chicago, speak with our attorneys as soon as possible. Call 312-997-5784 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation.

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