Amputation claims

Amputation Claims

About amputation claims

Our trained Serious Injury solicitors will help you with your amputation claims to make sure you get the highest possible compensation for your case. We understand that amputations can be extremely hard for anyone experiencing them and their families, we know that no amount of money can fix the mental and physical damage, however; compensation can help cover any costs that may need to be covered after your injury.

Sometimes amputations can be lifesaving essential procedures that need to be carried out during some serious illnesses such as cancer or diabetes. The results of amputation to any part of the body results in extreme lifestyle changes, compensations can help cover the funding. Essential changes to help you with your everyday life might be necessary, whether it is changing your car, house or funding a new wheelchair or other lifestyle aids.

Causes of amputations 

With our extensive Serious Injury law experience, we found that the most common causes of amputations include:

  • Road accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Medical negligence

However, our solicitors understand that the causes of amputations can vary, so if you have faced an amputation due to someone’s negligence or error contact Solicitors on Your Side now. Our solicitors will make sure to get to know you and your case thoroughly so that you can come out with the best possible outcome for you in the most stress-free and easy way.

Medical reasons for amputations

Sometimes, amputations are necessary. With illnesses such as cancer and diabetes, when the illness has declined, amputations can be lifesaving. However, individuals can still experience medical negligence leading to amputations when:

  • The doctor failed to diagnose the illness in good time. If the illness is diagnosed in good time, amputations can be avoided if the correct treatment is given.
  • The doctor failed to diagnose the illness correctly, consequently leading to incorrect treatment, which leads to complications including amputations.

It is the doctor’s professional responsibility to take care of their patients in the best possible way and make decisions that could be life-changing if it is for the greater good. Sometimes, amputations are necessary and can be lifesaving, however sometimes if carried out incorrectly they can be catastrophic.

How much compensation will I get?

The amount of compensation usually depends on the seriousness of the injury. The level of physical and mental damage is considered and how much it had to cost you financially. Our experienced solicitors will gather any information or evidence to help you with your case.

Doctor visits are not only good to make sure you are healthy, but they are also good to gather any medical records so they can be applied as evidence in your case to make sure that you can get the highest possible compensation.

How long will my case take?

The length of the case is determined by the severity of the complications, whether physical, mental or financial. Our solicitors work hard and will make sure to resolve your Serious Injury case in the fastest and most stress-free way. We advise that you contact one of our solicitors at Solicitors on Your Side to help determine how long your case will last.

How we can help

We understand that experiencing a serious injury can be truly traumatising to the individual and their family and can cause long and short-term implications on day to day life. If you have experienced a serious injury due to someone’s else’s negligence or mistake, we highly recommend that you contact one of our experienced solicitors at Solicitors on Your Side, so that you can come out with the best possible outcome for your case. The damage faced by individuals could be mental, physical and financial, and our solicitors can enable you to get the compensation that you deserve.

Contact Solicitors On Your Side now!

Contact us now, Solicitors on Your Side can offer you free advice and consultations. Our solicitors can help you on a “no win-no fee” basis. That means there will be no hidden fees, and everything can be done over the phone from anywhere in the UK.

Contact us today by phoning 0330 912 2124, emailing [email protected], or by using our website by filling out an online form.

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