Miami Fractures & Amputation Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

If you have suffered a traumatic amputation, severed limb, a compound fracture that refused to heal, or another disfigurement to your limbs, we can help.

How Do We Help in a Fracture or Amputation Case?

We use case specific medical illustrations as demonstrative evidence to establish the nature and extent of fracture and amputation injuries.

Sean M. Cleary

Top Rated Fractures Amputation Attorney in Miami


Star Star Star Star Star

Daniel D.

Star Star Star Star Star

Eddie M.

Star Star Star Star Star
Amputation and Fractures

50K new amputations happen every year in the U.S. based on information from the National Center for Health Statistics. Approximately 2M people live in the US with limb loss. The most common injury is partial hand amputation with loss of 1 or more fingers (61K people), and the next common is the loss of one arm (25K people). Causes of amputation include traumatic accidents, infection, tumors, cardiovascular disease, nerve injury, and congenital anomalies. In the course of one year, $3.6 billion were paid to over 12K victims of medical malpractice. Over 90% of these payments were obtained through settlement before trial.


How Do We Handle a Fracture or Amputation Case?

Our Legal Process

Common Fractures Amputation Questions

What Are the Estimated Long-Term Costs of an Amputation? »

The long-term costs associated with an amputation are on average between $100,000 and $500,000 because amputees are going to require multiple prescriptions of prosthetics. Ongoing access to high-quality prosthetics is crucial for someone who has suffered amputation. The lawyer representing you needs to have a real expertise, to be able to get the contacts with rehabilitation and prosthetic facilities.

View full answer
How Much Compensation Can I Get for an Amputation in Miami? »

The amount of compensation you can get for an amputation depends on the following aspects: loss of present and future earnings, the cost of prosthetics, medical expenses, emotional stress, pain and suffering, and the inability to do engage in certain activities. Amputation is a very long, life changing process. When somebody else is liable for an accident which has resulted in an amputation, you are entitled to ask for your independence and self-respect back, and you would want to make sure you have access to state of the art prosthetics.

View full answer
More Questions

For questions and free legal advice to help individuals please call us

Disclaimer: Please note that the information provided on this site is not formal legal advice, also the site does not allow you to form an attorney-client relationship.