Dedicated to Getting You Compensation for the Loss of a Limb

Have you or a loved one been involved in an accident that caused the loss of a limb? Was that accident the result of an act of negligence such as a car accident, truck accident or motorcycle accident? An experienced lawyer can stand up for your rights.

When you enlist the Illinois Law Offices of Mathys & Schneid to handle your case, you are actually enlisting two experienced lawyers. Each lawyer has more than a decade of experience handling amputation cases in Naperville, Chicago and throughout the western suburbs. Our serious commitment to being advocates for accident victims is why people turn to us. It is also why we have obtained millions of dollars in compensation for victims of negligence.

We want to be your advocates and help you get full compensation. Schedule a free consultation to learn how we can help you. Call 630-848-9294 or send us a message online.

How Do You Put a Dollar Value on a Body Part?

In personal injury cases, compensation comes in dollar form. That means that, in cases involving lost arm, lost leg or another lost body part, a dollar value needs to be placed on that body part. This, of course, is no easy task.

Our amputation injury lawyers know the importance of working with experts to understand what the loss of a limb or other serious injury means to your life. Obviously, there is a physical and mental impact, and we want to get you compensation for that impact. We also want to get you compensation for all of the income that may be lost because the loss of your limb prevents you from working. Of course, there is also the cost of prosthetic limbs or wheelchairs that need to be factored in. Our law firm makes certain that we move forward in a well-informed manner so that we can help you get compensation that is full and fair.

Experienced Representation in All Loss of Limb Cases

Our loss of limb lawyers handle cases of all types, including:

  • Loss of arms
  • Loss of hands
  • Loss of fingers
  • Loss of legs
  • Loss of feet
  • Loss of toes

We Earn a Fee Only When You Get Results

All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not pay any attorney fees unless you receive compensation.