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Crush Injuries

Sadow & Froy Injuries We Handle


In workplaces where machinery dominates the landscape, many workers are unfortunately the victims of crush and amputation injuries. If you have been involved in an industrial accident that crushed or amputated any part of your body, we can help. We have worked with many clients who have suffered amputations when a part of their body was caught in an industrial machine. It is essential that you receive quality medical treatment immediately. It is also essential that you know that you have very specific rights under Georgia law. To understand these very important rights, turn to a lawyer who focuses her attention on handling only workers’ compensation claims.

At the office of Sadow & Froy, attorney Susan J. Sadow guides our firm in providing clients with the information they need. We know that our clients benefit from Ms. Sadow’s 36 Years of experience when handling their crush injury cases. Our firm takes immense pride in giving every single client the best possible advice so that they receive the highest quality medical care for their injuries. For example, we have worked with a number of highly regarded prosthetists. If your doctor determines that you need a prosthesis, we will assist you in obtaining approval from the insurance carrier for your prosthesis as well as for replacement prostheses in the future. That way, you can return to as normal a life as possible.

Whether you have experienced a crush injury or an amputation injury, our firm can put you in touch with specialists and professionals who will take care of you. Skilled surgeons and physical therapists can help you through many aspects of the healing process. However, crushed bones can still cause a lifetime of pain and limitations. Nerve damage associated with a crush injury or amputation also frequently occurs. We will take all of these important factors into account when we evaluate your case for settlement with the insurance company.


A crush injury does not have to be sustained when a piece of equipment falls and crushes a limb or other body part. In some cases, a body part may be crushed due to the impact of falling off of a structure. This can result in a calcaneal stress fracture, otherwise known as a heel fracture. Falling and landing on your feet exerts a tremendous amount of force on your feet, which take the brunt of the landing. These injuries often require complicated surgeries to repair the damaged bones. We provide essential information to our clients who have experienced calcaneal stress fractures or other crush injuries.


Contact a crush injury lawyer at the office of Sadow & Froy today to discuss your calcaneal stress fracture, crush foot injury, or other amputation injury. We offer a free initial consultation so you can personally speak with Ms. Sadow about your case. You may be entitled to receive more compensation than you think. Call us today at 770-984-8900 to learn more about how we can help you.