How to Rebuild Your Life After a Missouri Motorcycle Crash Amputation

Price & Randle

Nothing is the same. Every day of your life, you have had two hands, two arms, two legs, and two feet—every day, that is, until the day of your Missouri motorcycle accident amputation. That day, that another driver’s negligent or deliberate actions caused you to crash and caused you to suffer the serious loss of a limb. As you grieve for the significant change in your life, it is also time to think about rebuilding your life and making the most of your future.

Four Things to Do After a Missouri Motorcycle Accident Amputation

If you have suffered an amputation during or because of a Missouri motorcycle crash, then the hard truth is that your life is about to be very different. Our Missouri motorcycle accident lawyers know that nothing is ever going to be the same, but we want it to be as easy as possible for you. Accordingly, we encourage you to:

  1. Keep getting medical help. Once your emergency, surgery, and hospitalization are over, it is important to keep getting medical attention.
  2. Get counseling. This may be formal counseling with a licensed therapist, or you may benefit from talking to a pastor or trusted friend.
  3. Make the most of your rehabilitation. You may benefit from occupational therapy, physical therapy, and/or vocational therapy, for example.
  4. Have some fun! Life is still worth living, and we encourage you to find time to enjoy it.

We also encourage you to let an experienced Missouri motorcycle lawyer concentrate on your legal recovery.

You Are Not in This Alone

Please call an experienced Missouri motorcycle accident attorney today at (573) 240-8866, and please read our FREE book, The Lies Smart People Believe About Missouri Insurance Claims, to learn more.

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