Losing a limb is a traumatic experience. It not only causes physical pain and suffering, but it can also cause mental trauma and make daily life extremely difficult. For people who have lost their limbs in an accident or due to medical negligence, getting around can be a problem. The fact that a person is unable to work can cause financial problems and keeping up with day to day tasks can be a real challenge.
If you, a loved one or a member of your family has suffered an amputation injury, you may be able to make amputation claims.
Amputation can result from trauma or surgery. It can include removal of any body extremity including the hands, feet, toes, legs, arms and fingers.
If a body part has been severely damaged in an accident, it may become necessary to carry out a surgical amputation to prevent infections.
However, there are times when medical negligence occurs during treatment or surgery which may require the patient to undergo an amputation. In such cases, the patient may be able to make amputation claims.
On the other hand, amputations can also occur following an accident. It can include road accidents, workplace accidents and even accidents in public places.
If someone else was responsible for your accident in which you have suffered an amputation injury, you may be able to make amputation injury claim.
Making A Claim
Dealing with an amputation injury can be frustrating and it can be difficult to know where to turn to when you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury such as an amputation injury.
Our expert team of solicitors can help you access specialist care and services following an amputation injury.
We can help you put up a claim on a risk free no win no fee basis and obtain maximum compensation.
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