Nationally Renowned Lawyer For Amputees

In 2010, the Daily Journal put it best: “For amputees, an attorney who knows their pain.” That is exactly what you will find at Doyle Law, where we are led by Conal Doyle, an attorney who brings a unique perspective to the issues facing amputees throughout the nation.

Conal Doyle truly understands what you are going through after the loss of an arm, leg, hand, foot or other limb because he is an amputee himself. He has built a name throughout the United States for his ability to secure the full benefits and compensation that amputees deserve.

Full Service Representation For You

From personal injury claims to claims against the insurance company for denying benefits for prosthetic devices, Conal can help you with all of the legal issues that may arise as a result of your amputation injury.

Your Choice Of Law Firm Matters

Our record of success in personal injury cases is impressive.

Why do our results matter? They matter because the insurance companies know we will not settle for anything less than what our clients need and deserve for economic and noneconomic damages. This strongly positions us to negotiate the best possible settlement and, if the insurance companies continue to be unreasonable, lay the groundwork for a successful jury trial.

We work with the finest experts from around the nation to demonstrate the damages our clients have suffered to obtain full and fair compensation for past, present and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost income, home-modifications and in-home care.

Not Sure How To Proceed?

All we ask for is one phone call. If you or a loved one is struggling due to an amputation, call us at 310-651-8272 for a free consultation. It will cost you nothing to find out more about how we can help.

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