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Our partnership with Limbless Association

We understand how much life can change after an amputation injury which is why we're proud to be Limbless Association's legal service partners for the West Midlands, providing families with the legal guidance, support and compassion necessary at which is often a very difficult time.

Man with prosthesis tying his shoelace

Why choose Slater and Gordon as your legal representatives?

We’ve supported Limbless Association for many years and understand just how important the support and guidance they provide is to those who've been affected by amputation injuries. We strive to ensure that we provide the high level of service you would expect from one of Limbless Association’s legal service providers, in both the West Midlands and East Midlands, and that the best possible outcome is achieved.

Highly experienced

Our highly specialised teams have been representing those who've experienced amputation injuries as a result of personal injury and medical negligence for decades and have been involved in some of the most high-profile and ground-breaking cases.

Given this high level of experience, we fully understand the difficulties which can be faced by those with amputation injuries and this enables us to provide a bespoke legal service as well as the practical support and guidance needed.

Strong reputation

We have a strong reputation for achieving outstanding results for cases involving amputation injuries, as well as ensuring that the best available treatment and rehabilitation is also obtained. Independent legal guides such as Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 have ranked our teams highly over the years and consider many of our experts to be leaders in their field. Over the years, we've also won and been shortlisted in a number of prestigious legal awards such as the Personal Injury Awards, Manchester Legal Awards, Modern Claim Awards, Wales Legal Awards and the Liverpool Law Society Awards.

Medical team of nurses and midwives

Our team, which spans across England, Scotland and Wales, also includes nurses and midwives who are able to offer bespoke medical advice and guidance in addition to the legal expertise which is provided by our specialist lawyers.

Treatment and rehabilitation support

In the majority of cases, the sooner that rehabilitation and treatment begins, the better the outcome will be. That's why we make it our priority when someone suffers a serious injury.

We work with some of the best case managers and treatment providers in the UK to ensure the treatment you receive is the best available and seek early interim payments a key part of our strategy to ensure there's funding to begin as soon as possible, giving you the best chance to maximise recovery and future independence.

No financial risk

The vast majority of personal injury and medical negligence cases are funded by a No Win No Fee agreement. What this basically means is if you lose your case, there'll be no cost to you so there's no financial risk.

Providing a seamless end to end service for all your legal needs

Additionally, as we’re one of the largest law firms in the UK, we also have dedicated experts in a wide range of specialist legal services, who can offer bespoke expertise when it’s needed, such as employment, trusts and family advice in addition to an independent financial planning company, who can help ensure any compensation received lasts your lifetime and gives you financial protection. Having these bespoke services enables us to provide you with an end-to-end seamless service for your legal and financial needs.

What are the next steps?

Given our many years of experience helping those with amputation injuries as a result of personal injury or medical negligence, we understand the issues you're faced with and are here to help.

Simply contact one of our specialists for a free initial consultation. Our team are highly trained and will provide you with the best possible advice, as well as support and guidance.

Contact one of the below principal lawyers and amputation specialists today:

Angela Beric (East Midlands): call 0330 995 5025 or email

Steven Baylis (West Midlands): call 0330 995 5528 or email

Reuben's story

"My son had double leg amputation and lost some fingers because doctors failed to diagnose toxic shock syndrome."

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