Amputation Injury

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Amputation is the term used for the removal of all or part of an extremity as a result of trauma or surgery. For surgical purposes amputations are routinely performed on a limb to control disease processes such as malignant cancerous tissues or bones diabetic infections or gangrene.

An amputation may also be performed as a means of pain control or to remove limbs that have been damaged or partially severed form a traumatic accident. There are several types of amputations that a surgeon may perform depending on the needs of the patient. These are also amputations that may be accidental resulting from an accident.

To learn about our approach to the negotiation or trial of cases that involve amputation, contact the New York personal injury attorneys at Malone, Tauber & Sohn

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