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Compensation Claims for Amputation

COMPENSATION CLAIMS FOR AMPUTATION

An amputation is defined as the ‘intentional surgical removal of a limb or a body part. It is performed to remove diseased tissue or relieve pain’. Common body parts that can be amputated include fingers, toes, hands, feet, arms and legs. If a body part has been badly damaged in an accident or suffered a serious infection or any other condition, it may need to be surgically amputated.

Our Solicitors specialise in amputation compensation claims. They have represented Claimants where amputations have been necessary after clinical negligence has occurred, for example where an untreated infection has led to an amputation. They have also represented clients who have suffered amputations as a result of accidents for example on construction sites and in road traffic accidents. In just the first two years after undergoing amputation surgery, an amputee can face hundreds of thousands of pounds or more in medical bills.

Health care costs do not consider lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life and emotional distress, all of which typically occur with amputation injuries. Unfortunately, rehabilitation is not always available on the NHS. Our expert amputation compensation claims solicitors are able to work with Case Managers, support groups and other private rehabilitation providers to ensure that you get the best care that you require.

We can assist with ensuring that appropriate prosthetics are provided and other methods of treatment are also considered such as osseointegration. It is important that with a serious injury leading to amputation that you instruct a specialist amputation claim lawyer.

We pride ourselves on ensuring that we secure the maximum compensation for our clients in the shortest possible time. We are also able to assist with the provision of a specially adapted house or car by including the costs of these items with the claim for compensation.

If you or your loved ones have been the victim of an accident, which has led to amputation surgery as a result of another party’s negligence, our amputation claim lawyers can assist you in pursuing amputation surgery claims for the injury, suffering, medical and hospital care, current and future wage loss and the cost of future care and rehabilitation.

If you think you may have amputation surgery claims then contact one our amputation compensation claims lawyers to find out if we can assist you.