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Amputation of a body part is a "life altering" event. Traumatic amputations usually result from accidents involving factory, farm, power tools or motor vehicles. Between 30,000 and 40,000 people in the United States lose a limb every year because of physical trauma resulting in possible job loss and discontinuation of wages, lacking the capacity to care for oneself and loss of mobility.


When someone loses a limb, they experience immediate medical needs. This begins the process of reeducating themselves involving basic daily functions taken for granted before the injury. Later, it is common for the patient to be fitted with an artificial replacement. These are very costly and will need recurring adjustments as well as ongoing rehabilitation.

If you or a loved one has been injured resulting in amputation due to negligence, contact the experienced Amputation Attorneys at Galbreath Law Firm for the compensation you and your family deserve. Get help now!

The Galbreath Law Firm serves clients throughout the State of Texas including but not limited to the cities of Abilene, Sweetwater, Brownwood, Coleman, and Eastland. Counties include but are not limited to Taylor County, Nolan County, Brown County, Coleman County, and Eastland County.

The Amputation Attorneys at the Galbreath Law Firm is located @ 4542 Loop 322 #102, Abilene, TX 79602. Initial consultations are free. Give our offices a call at 325-437-7000

Most personal injury cases accepted on a contingency fee basis which means you owe no attorney's fees unless you recover. Court costs, litigation expenses, and medical bills are paid from your share of the recovery. If there is no recovery, you will not be responsible for litigation expenses advanced by the Galbreath Law Firm. If no recovery, you will still be responsible for your medical bills. If no recovery, you may be responsible for court costs incurred by the other side taxable against you by the judge. Disclaimer