We are experts in securing compensation for clients who have suffered an amputation on a no win no fee basis. For a free consultation to discuss claiming compensation, please call our serious injury solicitors on 0161 207 2020 or contact us online.

Losing a limb is a traumatic and life changing experience and will impact on the daily lives of both you and your family and loved ones. This will be both in the short term and, quite often, the long term. It might affect your ability to pursue further education, hold down a job, or carry out simple tasks such as getting dressed or eating. It will change the way you live, possibly requiring adaptations to your home. Having conducted many such cases we can show you the way to make sure that your life is as normal as possible.

The legal issues surrounding these claims can be complex and it is essential that you get the best legal advice from a specialist solicitor. Our Serious Injury Team has considerable experience of helping people who have suffered an amputation, as a result of an accident or medical negligence and they are dedicated to helping you receive the best possible care, comfort and support throughout the process.

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How We Can Help You With Your Amputation Claim

Over the past 40 years, our specialist serious injury solicitors have successfully worked to recover compensation for many clients on an annual basis, who have suffered amputations in accidents or as a result of medical negligence.

Traumatic amputations can result from many types of accidents, for example, a road traffic accident, trapping a limb in machinery at work, a crushing injury, a deep cut or laceration or as a result of a fall. A serious injury to a part of the body may subsequently, sometime after the accident, require surgical amputation.

Our aim is to help you to recover the rightful amount of compensation you deserve, whilst striving to help improve the quality of your life. We can help you accelerate your recovery to restore your life, by providing expert advice and early interim payments for treatment, prostheses and to help alleviate your financial struggles. We always work closely with specialists that will assist with your treatment and rehabilitation, and, if appropriate, accommodation experts to ensure adaptations are made to your living arrangements to help you return to independent living as soon as possible.

We are also able to direct you to charities and support groups who are committed to improving your quality of life.

If you, or a member of your family have suffered an amputation as a result of someone else’s negligence, then our specialist solicitors are here for you. We take a practical, caring and compassionate approach and all cases are handled on a no win no fee basis.

The negotiations have taken a long time but you were steadfast and vigorous, convinced that you would win the case, and you did. If I need further legal assistance, I would look no further than Ralli.

Mr H, Manchester – April 2014

How To Make An Amputation Compensation Claim

There are strict time limits for starting an amputation compensation claim, which in most cases will be within three years of the date of the accident or date of knowledge of the negligence. This can, in exceptional circumstances, be extended, but it is always best to speak to our team of friendly serious injury solicitors to get the best advice possible from the outset.

We offer a free initial consultation and will guide you through every step of your claim, by allowing you to focus on getting your life back on track. We offer a no win, no fee arrangement on our cases and can advise you fully about this during your initial consultation.

Please call our serious injury solicitors for a free, no obligation consultation on 0161 207 2020, or start your claim online and we will call you.