MILITARY AMPUTATION CLAIMS 

If you are a current or former member of the armed forces and have undergone an amputation as a result of an incident that occurred while you were serving either at home or abroad, we can help. 

Our solicitors have decades of experience in working with military personnel to ensure they receive the compensation they deserve following an amputation that occurred as a result of an injury that was not their fault. 

Speak to our specialist legal team today. If you are unsure whether you are eligible to make a military amputation claim, we are happy to answer any questions you have. Contact JMW Solicitors by calling 0345 450 9547 or let us call you by completing our online enquiry form

HOW JMW CAN HELP 


We have a great deal of experience in dealing with military amputation claims, and our specialist solicitors are on hand every step of the way throughout the legal process to ensure we get the best result for you. We act on a no win, no fee basis, which means you will not have any additional financial concerns brought about by making a claim. 

Many loss of limb compensation claims are resolved with multi-million-pound settlements due to the fact that amputations almost always require medical discharge from the armed forces and therefore loss of earnings - including substantial benefits and pensions rights - are considered. 

Another factor that is considered during the legal process is the need for prosthesis and other aids and equipment, as well as rehabilitation, care and assistance following such an incident. 

We are committed to providing comprehensive, superior quality and practical legal advice, whatever your circumstances may be. We will take every detail of your injury into account and ensure you receive compensation to reflect this. 

FAQs

What is life like after an amputation? 

A former soldier’s life can change dramatically following the amputation of a limb or digit. Aside from the psychological impact of such an event, many people suffer ongoing physical pain, as well as issues such as: 

  • Phantom limb pain
  • Contracture 
  • Necrosis 
  • Chronic neuroma 

Very often, amputees are unable to work all together and will require specially-adapted items to assist them in their day-to-day lives. The family home will also need to be adapted to ensure that the amputee is able to navigate it properly. 

Is there any advice available for amputees? 

Undergoing an amputation because of an incident that took place while serving in the armed forces will undoubtedly lead to psychological trauma for the person involved. However, gaining an understanding of what lies ahead can help individuals to prepare for what lies ahead. 

Click the links below to find out what you can expect to happen in the first year following an amputation, as well as advice from amputees themselves to help you. 

TALK TO US 

For all the help you need to make an armed forces claim, contact our solicitors today by calling 0345 450 9547 or fill out an online enquiry form and we will contact you at a time that is convenient for you. 

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