9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
Upper arm amputation claims reflect the seriousness of this personal injury. Amputation can turn someone’s arm upside-down, causing lifelong difficulties, with victims frequently needing long-term care and support. You may also have to invest in specialist household equipment to support you and enable you to remain independent. Complications are not unusual, with many sufferers complaining of phantom limb pain, nerve damage, tissue death, swelling and stiffening.
Our team of personal injury solicitors can help you receive all the money you deserve for your amputation claim. This will help you deal with the turmoil caused by an amputation, ensuring you do not fall into financial difficulty and allowing you to maintain a good quality of life. Financial problems can arise very quickly after serious personal injuries and compensation can be the only way to deal with them.
Starting a claim quickly ensures you can afford and benefit from rehabilitation when it is most effective and will help you pay for expensive prosthetics or devices not yet available on the NHS, significantly reducing recovery times and improving quality of life.
Amputation claims can result in the loss of one arm or the loss of both arms, and can be caused in a variety of settings. We’ve dealt with amputation compensation claims that occurred due to accidents at work, such as with heavy machinery, due to criminal injuries such as assaults or grievous wounding, and due to road accidents, and our sympathetic team helps clients cope with the emotional and mental effects of the injury as well as the physical effects.
To find out what we could do for you, just contact us today by calling our freephone number at 08000 430 430. You can also speak to us by filling in our online enquiry form – just provide us with a few details and we’ll get back in touch.