Amputation Claims

Amputation Injury Claims

We have assisted many clients who have raised amputation claims, with injuries commonly caused by:

Amputation Injury Claims

If you have suffered an injury resulting in amputation, our team of expert personal injury solicitors can help with amputation claims. We understand how amputation can affect all aspects of your life and just how difficult this time can be.

However, a personal injury compensation award can go a long way in helping you and your loved ones through this traumatic experience, and help you find the closure you deserve.

Injuries resulting in amputation can have a drastic effect on you and your loved ones, and may impact your ability to work and carry out basic functions that you were able to do before your injury.

If you have suffered serious personal injuries resulting in amputation, contact our specialist solicitors to find out how you could make a claim for amputation compensation.

When you get in touch with our team, our Client Service Advisors will inform you of exactly what is needed to make a successful amputation claim.

If you believe that the incident was a result of the carelessness or negligence of another, then you will be able to take legal action.

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When analysing what amputation compensation you could be entitled to obtain, it is important to take a number of factors into account. Compensation can not only be awarded for the injuries you sustained, but also for other factors including the cost of medical treatment and therapies, AIDs equipment and prosthetics, the cost of care and assistance in the home, loss of earnings and even damage to property.

We will be able to use our wealth of experience and knowledge to inform you of what your claim could be worth and outline all the ways in which you should be compensated for your long-term future needs.

Most cases do not go to court but are resolved through negotiation with the other party’s insurers or solicitor. In many cases it is possible to obtain the co-operation of the compensator with early intervention and rehabilitation under the Rehabilitation Code.

We have years of experience in negotiation and will strive to make sure you receive the maximum amount of compensation owed to you.

Such arrangements allow a cash settlement to be offered rather than going through the legal proceedings. It is vital to enlist the help of a solicitor to make sure that you get the compensation you deserve and are not persuaded to settle for less than you should receive.

If the other party is unwilling to offer a sufficient settlement amount, your claim may need to progress to court. We will advise you fully of the process and costs involved in taking court action and provide expert representation if you decide to proceed.

“Thank you for helping to make everything as easy and stress-free as possible. We really appreciate everything you have done and all the hard work you have put in.”

What Our Customers Say

Take a look at what some of our many happy clients have to say about working with us at Tinsdills.

“I don’t think you can improve the quality of service and overall time and quickness that my case was dealt with, it was exceptional. If I am ever in need of a solicitor in the future I will be using Tinsdills without question and I would tell anyone I know to use your firm.”

Meet Our Specialist Personal Injury Team

Contact Us To Discuss Your Amputation Injury Claim

Call us on 01782 652363 for an initial consultation.

Our specialist team are here to help you and will let you know right away whether you are eligible to make a personal injury claim.

Find out if you could make a personal injury claim following an injury resulting in amputation, or for any other legal advice regarding a personal injury claim.

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Newcastle: 01782 612311

Sandbach: 01270 761111

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