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Amputation of the digits and/or limbs can be a traumatic occurrence, particularly when it arises as a result of clinical negligence An amputation can affect a person’s life considerably including their ability to work and even carry out everyday tasks. Therefore, claiming for compensation can be vital to help both with financial loss and the costs of future care.
An amputation can cause serious physical and emotional trauma
Amputations can occur as a result of a long-term misdiagnosis, surgical errors ( See Surgical Error Compensation ) or delays in treatment. . What might have appeared at first to be a minor injury can lead to life-changing consequences. Diabetics are at particular risk of amputation if they are not looked after properly or any kind of laceration, infection or ulcerations are not treated quickly or efficiently.
We have experience in pursuing claims in this complex area
We understand the impact amputation can have on a patient’s life, including the psychological trauma it can cause. We are committed to helping our clients receive the best possible compensation to ensure that they have the equipment and care they need in order to continue with their day to day life. Simply contact us today for a free, no obligation chat to find out how we can help you.
Why make a claim?
Being left with injury or long term consequences often leads to financial loss, or expenses directly related to the ongoing care of conditions caused by negligence. You have every right to claim compensation to help deal with this financial loss.