According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), an amputation is one of the most severe injuries a person can suffer. The permanent disability caused by amputations may mean injury victims cannot return to their job or earn a living wage. Depending on the type of amputation, they may be unable to care for themselves or their family. Some people will experience pain and other issues that require surgery and ongoing treatment. The medical care alone will cost more than most families can pay, even if they have health insurance.
In addition to amputations, catastrophic injuries include:
All of these injuries may result in a lifetime of medical treatment, daily care and lost income. People may also need compensation to modify their vehicles and homes to accommodate the injured family member.
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