Our highly acclaimed amputation claim solicitors understand how difficult it is to cope with losing a leg, arm, hand, foot or finger, in or after an accident. We also understand that the money you could receive as compensation for your amputation is vital to enable you to attempt to regain your life pre-accident.
Our approach to amputation compensation claims
It is vital that anyone who has suffered an amputation is represented by a specialist amputation claim solicitor who can maximise their amputation compensation claim, as this will enable you to ensure your level of compensation is maximised to cater for all your post-accident needs.
Our specialist team of amputation claim solicitors do not believe that our job is soley to win compensation for you. We believe that the great experience that we have in helping amputees, and the access we have to the best experts, in medicine, means we are well placed to help you get the right rehabilitation, treatment and other assistance, for your future.
Amputation compensation claim advice
We have helped many people with their amputation compensation claims and can advise you on
- Interim payments: for housing, aids and equipment, medical treatment, counselling, physiotherapy or prosthetics
- Case Management: helping you set up the right support network
- Buying a new home suitable for your needs and adapting it appropriately
- Employment rehabilitation at your work
- Equipment: medical aids including wheelchairs
- Adaptations to your current transport, or buying new transport
Contact us to talk about your amputation compensation claim
Please call 0800 916 9046, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the short amputation claim online enquiry form. Our dedicated amputation compensation solicitors operate from offices in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cardiff and Edinburgh and can offer immediate and accessible representation anywhere in the UK.
Slater & Gordon Lawyers are proud supporters of the Limbless Association an independent organisation that provides support for individuals without one or more limbs, their carers and prospective amputees.
Further amputation information
Further details regarding the Limbless Association can be found by clicking here: www.limbless-association.org
You may also wish to contact:
The UK Limb Loss Information Centre: an online resource for amputees and their families
The Douglas Bader Foundation