Upstate New York – Catastrophic Accident Attorneys
Catastrophic accidents can occur at any given moment at any particular
place. Though you might not necessarily be prepared for accidents of such
a nature, the attorneys at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool have
dealt with numerous such cases and have acquired expertise and skill in
this area of legislation. The legal team at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs
& Kool has dedicated its entire career towards the protection of the
rights of individuals who are the victim of negligence of some kind. Consequently,
we will do our very best to ensure that you receive the maximum possible
compensation that you deserve.
Types of Catastrophic Injury Cases
The attorneys at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool deal with a
plethora of claims involving catastrophic accidents including, but not
limited to, the following:
- Back injuries
- Neck injuries
- Amputation injuries
- Finger injuries
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Burn injuries
- Eye injuries and blindness
- Leg injuries
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Arm injuries
- Elbow injuries
- Injuries to children
- Defective products
Upstate New York Finger Injury Attorneys
As a result of injury or accidents, victims may suffer from an amputation
of the fingers or the thumbs. Irrespective of whether it is a complete
loss of the metacarpals and phalanges or a partial loss such as the distal
phalanx (fingertip), an experienced personal injury attorney can help
you recover the damages you have sustained. The common causes of such
injuries involve defective windows or other such mechanisms that may cause
this guillotine type injury.
The attorneys at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool have been representing
individuals who have the victims of finger or thumb amputations for over
fifty years. Our attorneys understand the physical and emotional trauma
associated with an accident of this nature and thus, will do their very
best to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation that you deserve.
Representing Injured Workers and Accident Victims
Majority of the amputations of this nature are caused by traumatic accidents
that have the potential to severe or crush an individual’s fingers.
Usually, these accidents occur at the workplace, particularly on constructions
sights involving bricklaying and masonry. Additionally, such accidents
are also common in factories or warehouses or any other location that
requires proximity to machinery.
In addition to the aforementioned accidents, finger amputations may also
result from any of the following occurrences:
- Nerve injuries
- Loss of blood supply to the hand
Victims may require extensive medical care following the amputation or
the surgery. Additionally, individuals are likely to require rehabilitation
and occupational therapy for several months in order to exercise and strengthen
their remaining fingers and relearn how to perform daily tasks and handle
objects. Moreover, medical treatment for pain management, phantom pain,
wound pain, tissue necrosis or skin death, shortening of the muscles,
failure to heal, prosthetic complications and depression may be required.
The loss of a finger or thumb might also restrict the individual from
returning to work in a timely fashion or in certain cases, at all. The
attorneys at Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool can seek compensation
for lost income, medical costs, pain and suffering as well as emotional trauma.
Upstate New York Eye Injury Attorneys
The loss of one’s vision is one of the most traumatic and life-altering
occurrences in an individual’s life and can result in disastrous
consequences. In the case that an individual sustained an injury due to
the negligence of another individual or party, he or she might have the
ability to recoup compensation for the economic and non-economic damages
suffered as a result of the aforementioned injury.
At Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool our attorneys have been representing
the interests of eye injury victims for over fifty years and we understand
the physical, financial and emotional pain associated with such an injury.
Consequently, our attorneys will do their very best to ensure that you
receive the maximum possible compensation that you deserve.
Nature of Compensation
Individuals who lose the sight in one or both eyes will need extensive
occupational therapy to relearn daily tasks such as dressing, grooming,
cooking, shopping and traveling safely. A person who is completely blind
may need the assistance of a service dog. In addition, people who lose
their sight often suffer depression, anger and additional mood disorders.
Psychotherapy may help them learn to adjust to life with blindness. Consequently,
it is imperative that the family be compensated for medical bills, monthly
expenses, pain and suffering as well as lost income.
Causes of Eye Injuries
Causes of eye injuries and blindness include, but are not limited to, the
- Brain injuries
- Burn injuries
- Car accidents
- Construction accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Animal attacks
- Exposure to chemicals
- Sports injuries
- Inadequate workplace safety measures
Contact Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool Today
Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool accepts cases on a contingent
fee basis. That is, no monetary compensation is recovered from you until
and unless our firm is able to secure a favorable settlement on your behalf,
in which case, our legal fees will be a mere fraction of the sum secured.
Thus, you will incur absolutely no out-of-pocket expense for filing this lawsuit.
If you, or a loved one, have been injured in a catastrophic accident not
hesitate to contact the New York law office of Queller, Fisher, Washor,
Fuchs & Kool today in order to schedule a free consultation to review
the facts of your case and legal options. Call us today at (212)-406-1700
or contact us online.