This is the third in a series of articles addressing hand injuries. Another often-encountered injury in a personal injury setting is the partial amputation of a finger. For the most part, we encounter partial amputations in a production line setting, so that is a workers' compensation matter with a products liability aspect or strictly a products liability claim as a result of a product used at home that is defective, such as an unguarded mechanical saw or a food processor.
Understanding Hand Injuries, Part III
The Legal Intelligencer
November 20, 2012
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