Amputation Claims

A person’s life can change dramatically after enduring the amputation of a limb or digit. However, if an amputation was due to the negligence of a third party, you may be entitled to compensation to help you and your family adapt to your new life.

An amputation of any limb can affect a person and their loved ones dramatically. An amputee may be no longer be able to perform their job, or they may be unable to work altogether. They will require specially adapted items to assist them in their everyday lives, from kitchen implements to automatic cars. In the worst cases, their home may need to be adapted.

Aside from the emotional trauma associated with amputation, many people continue to suffer physical pain due to common issues such as phantom limb pain, contracture, necrosis and chronic neuroma.

Science and medicine is evolving rapidly and there are prosthetic devices and medical equipment available to help an amputee to lead a fulfilling life. Compensation can ensure an individual has the funds to get the very best medical treatment and equipment both now, and in the future.

If you or a loved one has been subject to an amputation and you feel it could have been avoided, call JMW today. Our team of experienced medical negligence and personal injury teams of solicitors can assist you with legal advice, expert representation and sensitive guidance when making a claim. Call 0800 054 6570 or complete our online enquiry form.

Causes of amputation

There are a number of incidents which could lead to an amputation, including:

  • Car or motorcycle accidents;
  • Falling objects;
  • Medical negligence;
  • Workplace accidents.

If you have suffered an injury of this kind, and believe your accident could have been avoided, our dedicated solicitors can help you in claiming the compensation you deserve from those that were responsible.

Where a third party, a company or a medical professional was responsible for a serious injury, it is vital that the victim challenges the errors that were and seeks compensation to help them and their family to cope.

Some of our recent cases

Failure to diagnose aneurysm leads to leg amputation - £500,000

Poor after-care results in amputation of finger - £27,000

Contact JMW Today

To find out more about making an amputation claim, get in touch with our experts today on 0800 054 6570, or complete our online enquiry form to request a call back.

Read more about Accident Claims for Amputations

Read more about Clinical Negligence and Amputations

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