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Tampa Amputation Lawyers


Loss of Limb

Losing a limb may be one of the most traumatic injuries a person could suffer. Beyond the trauma of the physical loss of capability, many victims can suffer a severe emotional impact as well. When amputation injuries or injuries that later require an amputation happen in accidents that were caused due to the negligence of another person, victims are entitled to seek full compensation.


At the law firm of Gibbs & Parnell, P.A., our Tampa amputation attorneys have represented clients in loss of limb injury claims ranging from the loss of a finger to the loss of a leg. We understand how devastating the loss of a limb can be, and we are committed to doing everything we can to help you make the most complete possible recovery.


Fighting for the Interests of Florida Catastrophic Injury Victims

Suffering any kind of injury is extremely difficult. An injury like the loss of a limb, however, changes the victim's life forever.


When you hire our firm, we work closely with you to understand the complete impact of your injury:

  • What will it take to facilitate your recovery?

  • What type of care and assistance will you need in the future?

  • How will it impact your ability to work?

  • What types of activities will you no longer be able to pursue?


We look closely at all of these things and work to secure a settlement that compensates you for your losses and provides the medical care and financial support you need now and in the future. If the insurance company is not willing to offer a fair settlement, we are fully prepared to take the matter to court and fight for your rights there.


Discuss Your Case With One of Our Tampa  Loss of Limb Attorneys

Contact our office today to discuss your amputation injury claim with a lawyer. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. You can reach us by phone at 813-975-4444 or via e-mail.


We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. We don't collect a fee unless we win the case, and we never take more than the client.

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