my husband crush 2 finger tips at work. It was his left hand (he is right handed) middle and ring finger tips. He had surgery and will be on light duty for at least 6 months with physical therapy. We are unsure of the feeling he will have since this happened only a week ago. Just wondering a ball park settlement.
3 Answers from Attorneys
With such serious injuries, it is my opinion that you need a lawyer on your side. Your husband's company likely has experienced claims adjusters and/or lawyers on its side. Isn't it time you leveled the playing field? We would be glad to speak with you (for free) regarding this serious matter. Our phone number is 312-957-4166.
You would need to have an attorney look at the medical records.
How your Husband responds to physical therapy and if there, in fact is any loss of feeling as well as other factors would all be taken into consideration.
Also, an attorney would likely increase any settlement amount over dealing with the Insurance Co. unrepresented.
No one can give you a statistic ($$ Amount) without knowing more information.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
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