Dyson Law PLLC helps victims of catastrophic injuries receive compensation for current and future medical care, lost wages, and more.

Personal Injury Lawyers in Delray Beach

An amputation will dramatically impact the survivor’s life for the rest of their life. Many day-to-day activities will become difficult and painful, if not impossible. Amputation survivors deserve the utmost compensation from any and all liable parties to live their best life possible.

Nationwide Amputation Statistics

According to the Amputee Coalition, there are nearly 2 million people living with limb loss in the United States. The main causes for these amputations are as follows:

  • 54% of amputations are the result of vascular disease
  • 45% of amputations are the result of trauma
  • Less than 2% of amputations are the result of cancer

Dyson Law PLLC and our team of Palm Beach County amputation attorneys are known for providing hard-hitting yet compassionate representation for the wrongfully injured. If you or someone you love has suffered an amputation, then contact us to discover your legal options to pursue compensation. We are not satisfied until we win your case. In fact, you do not pay us unless we win!

Have you been injured due to someone else’s negligence? You deserve justice! Schedule your free consultation now!

Causes of Amputation Injuries

An amputation is the severing of a limb to any amount. It does not have to be a full limb amputation. Even the loss of a digit, like a toe or a finger, constitutes an amputation injury. Due to the severity of amputation, they are not common, yet always catastrophic when they do occur.

An amputation may be caused by:

Damages to Pursue in an Amputation Case

The permanence of an amputation injury will cause extreme damages to be suffered by the survivor. The damages will not be limited to medical cost, either. Numerous costs associated with the pain of the experience should be considered when filing your claim. Our Delray Beach catastrophic injury lawyers take the time to fully evaluate your claim and situation, so we seek every last possible penny of compensation that may be available to you.

We may be able to seek the following damages to pay for the following:

  • Emergency medical costs
  • Hospitalization
  • Rehabilitation therapy
  • Specialized medical equipment, such as prosthetic
  • Emotional pain and trauma
  • Lessened enjoyment of life
  • Lost wages

Call our Delray Beach amputation attorneys at (561) 498-9979 today to begin your claim.


  • Free Consultation – Discuss your personal injury case free of charge during the initial consultation.
  • No Fee Unless You Win – You will not pay any attorney fees to us unless you win your case or reach a settlement.
  • Millions Recovered – We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients through settlements and trials.
  • Handles Cases of All Sizes – From minor accidents to catastrophic events, we provide the same dedicated legal services for cases of all sizes.
  • Personalized Representation – We customize our legal services for each South Florida client.
  • Tough and Compassionate – Our attorneys aggressively pursue claims on behalf of clients while providing compassion to those we serve.
  • Bilingual Legal Services – Our Spanish-speaking associate attorney breaks down the language barrier and ensures everyone has access to the legal help they need.
  • Serves all of South Florida – Our firm serves Delray Beach and all of South Florida.

Our Reputation Is The Proof!

Through our years of practice, our team at Dyson Law PLLC has been able to secure outstanding results for many individuals and families who have suffered harm as a result of negligent and wrongful conduct.


Dyson Law PLLC understands the long-term impact of catastrophic injuries. Because you will suffer from the effects of these injuries for the rest of your life, you need a fair settlement or trial verdict. Our Delray Beach catastrophic injury attorneys will consult with medical experts and other specialists to understand your long-term needs, so you will have enough compensation to receive the necessary care.

Medical bills are often very expensive after suffering catastrophic injuries, and they won’t go away after your case is settled. Your attorney will present evidence to help you recover compensation for both your current and future medical bills. Damages can also include current and future lost wages and reduced earning capacity.

You can also be compensated for the emotional toll this injury has caused. These damages include pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and emotional anguish. Depending on the nature of your injury, you also might be eligible for compensation for scarring and disfigurement.


Dyson Law PLLC has represented clients who suffered catastrophic injuries caused by a variety of factors. Many of these injuries are related to car and motorcycle accidents. Pedestrians and bicyclists can also suffer catastrophic injuries if they are struck by a motor vehicle. Other causes of catastrophic injuries include medical malpractice, defective products, and even taking dangerous medications. If your injury was caused by a person or a company’s negligence, you could file a claim to collect damages.


Dyson Law PLLC has a history of securing large settlements and trial verdicts for clients suffering from catastrophic injuries.  Dyson Law PLLC brings the same tenacity to every catastrophic injury case. We believe our clients deserve fair compensation for these life-altering injuries.


It is always wise to consult with a lawyer immediately after suffering a catastrophic injury. Your Delray Beach catastrophic injury attorney can collect and review evidence while it’s still fresh and then prepare the claim. However, you have four years from the date of the injury to file the claim in most cases. If you wait longer than four years, the court can throw out the claim, preventing you from receiving compensation. While four years is the rule of thumb, there are some instances where the statute of limitations is different. Talk to an attorney today to find out if you still have time to file a claim.

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