Amputation Injury? We Fight to Win.

Get The Compensation You Need To Enhance Your Quality Of Life

Even with serious, life-altering injuries such as amputation, insurance companies prioritize their profits. They will try to settle your claim for as little as possible. Our attorneys have a number of decades of combined legal experience — and we are very familiar with the selfish tactics of insurance companies. We fight them and we win.

If you have suffered the loss of a limb due to the negligence of another person, you deserve full and fair compensation so that you can adjust to the change and — to the extent possible — get back to living the life you had before your injury.

Call 301-965-0630 to reach our law office in Waldorf, Maryland. We can help.

Talk To Us Before You Talk To An Insurance Company | Tens Of Millions Of Dollars Recovered

If your injury was caused by the reckless or careless actions of another person or organization, you have the right to pursue compensation for damages — past, present and future. It is important that you talk to us before giving a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster. This person is not on your side — he or she wants to limit your recovery.

Since James E. Farmer, P.A., was established in 1978, we have remained committed to fighting for the rights of the seriously injured and the disabled. We have recovered tens of millions of dollars for clients who were entitled by law to compensation for:

  • Lost income, past and future
  • Medical and rehabilitative costs
  • Accommodations to the home
  • Long-term care
  • Pain and suffering

When you need a personal injury lawyer who will not back down from the insurance company and its army of attorneys, you can count on us. We aim to get maximum settlements for our clients as quickly as possible.

Contact Us Today. No Lawyer's Fees Unless We Win.

To discuss your case in detail with a member of our team and learn how we can help, contact us today for a free consultation. Call 301-965-0630 or send us this form. If we choose to represent you, we will do so on a contingency basis. This means we will not charge you any lawyer's fees unless we win compensation for you. Incidental costs may still apply.