Twenty-four-year-old, Aimee Copeland, has spoken for the first time after developing necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh-eating bacteria infection. The young girl developed the infection after cutting her leg in a May 1 fall from a homemade zip line over a west Georgia river. As a result of the infection, her left leg, other foot, and both hands have been amputated.
The loss of limbs can be devastating to the victim. It not only changes the life of a person, it can also bring on financial hardship. The victim shouldn’t have to incur the cost of medical bills on their own; they should be represented by a personal injury attorney who is experienced in this field. John Foy & Associates has a proven track record of success in recovering monetary compensation to injured parties, and we service over 20 cities in the Georgia area.
If you have been the victim of an accident and have suffered a personal injury, please contact our experienced attorneys today at John Foy & Associates. Our personal injury attorneys understand how devastating an accident can be. Call us today at 404-400-4000 and let us begin representing you.