Amputation of a Limb

A workplace accident leading to amputation is a life-altering injury that can result in loss of ability to work in your chosen profession and substantial impact to quality of life.

Paralysis (Paraplegia, Quadriplegia, Hemiplegia)

You may have a claim against a negligent third party that can help fully compensate you for the impacts of paralysis due to a slip or fall or work-related vehicle, machinery or equipment accident.

Permanent Blindness

Machines, chemicals and other hazards can contribute to serious eye damage and even permanent blindness. You may be entitled to an eye injury claim if your workplace injury is due to negligence.

Severe Burns

We fight for compensation for the serious physical and emotional scarring in cases involving severe burns such as third-degree burns covering more than 50% of the body, fourth-, fifth- and sixth-degree burns.

Severe Internal Injuries

Not all injuries result in immediate symptoms. Blunt force trauma from falls, machinery accidents and heavy equipment malfunctions can result in severe internal injuries and requires responsible legal guidance.

Severe Nerve and Ligament Damage

Workplace accidents and work-related repetitive actions can result in severe nerve and ligament damage, permanent impairment and chronic pain. You may have a nerve injury lawsuit if you injury involves a third party.

Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal injuries can lead to a host of complications, from chronic pain to partial loss of movement to paralysis. Trammell Piazza has experience achieving compensation for spinal cord injury victims.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can lead to short-term to lifetime symptoms from mental health and memory deficits to permanent injury that may limit a person’s ability to function on an everyday level.