9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
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Upper leg amputation is a devastating personal injury, and the size of compensation claims reflects this fact. The overall value of a claim will depend on whether the site of amputation is above or below the knee, with people who lose both legs receiving significantly more than those with one amputation. If you have suffered an upper leg amputation in an accident you were not to blame for, you have the right to claim personal injury compensation. Our personal injury lawyers have dealt with cases from a huge range of settings, including accidents at work involving moving machinery, medical negligence claims involving infections, misdiagnosis clinical negligence claims, and road accidents.
The personal injury claim values on this page are based on claims our personal injury solicitors have successfully pursued; however the value of your amputation claim will depend on a lot of factors. These will include the potential impact the injury will have on your life, whether you experienced a great deal of pain and suffering, whether any complications will occur and if you suffered any emotional distress.You will also be able to recover any losses you incurred as a result of the injury. These could be lost wages, medical expenses, the cost of specialist equipment such as prosthetics, and the expense involved in any necessary household renovations.
Therefore, you will need to speak to our amputation injury solicitors to find out how much your compensation claim is worth. We have handled a huge number of leg amputation personal injuries, so we can put you in touch with a skilled and experienced lawyer who has succeeded in cases just like yours.For more information, or to start making a claim, call us on 08000 430 430. Alternatively, fill in our online enquiry form to request a call back.