Dealing with a Work Injury Amputation in Orange County?

Seek Benefits with the Help of Our Workers’ Compensation Attorney

One of the most traumatic experiences a person can undergo is the loss of a limb as a result of a work injury amputation. Work injuries that result in an amputation can be some of the most serious and disabling type of workplace injury.

Work injury amputations can occur due to defective equipment, including:

  • Power presses
  • Saws
  • Grinders
  • Conveyors
  • Milling machines
  • During materials handling activities

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Long-Term Effects of an Amputation

The devastating effects of a work injury amputation are not only physical, but also psychological trauma and emotional discomfort. The amputation site can cause reduced mechanical stability and practical limitations such as increased use of the opposite, remaining limb.

A further potential complication of amputation is the phenomenon of “phantom limb” where the injured worker reports they can actually feel the body part that is no longer there. The symptoms of the phantom pain can include aching, burning, and even movement. Researchers believe that such symptoms relate to the relationship of the brain with the body, which mimics information to the rest of the brain about a limb regardless of whether is exists or not.

Life after a work injury amputation is a challenge that does not have to be faced alone. There is a wide range of treatment options to assist an injured worker to restore functional and emotional well-being following an amputation, including exciting advances in prosthetics.

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For over 25 years, our founder, Attorney Thomas F. Martin PLC, has helped injured workers obtain the comprehensive patient care they deserve following an amputation at the workplace. Whether you need prosthetics, monetary benefits, or work income replacement, our Orange County workers’ compensation lawyer is here to help you.

Mr. Martin recently obtained a functional prosthetic hand for one of our clients:

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