Amputation Compensation Claims
Suffering any kind of amputation is without doubt life-changing. There are many reasons for an amputation, from traumatic injury in an accident or through to medical negligence. Actions resulting in amputation may include accidents at work (severing or crush injury for example) or road traffic collisions. Breaches of duty (medical negligence) leading to amputation may include delay or misdiagnosis of an underlying condition, damage during surgery or untreated/undiagnosed infection to name a few.
Regardless of the cause, it is completely understandable that you will be feeling frustrated and apprehensive. The dedicated team at T G Baynes will work with you and your family to understand as far as possible how the amputation occurred and who may be responsible. We ensure that should it be appropriate, adequate compensation is obtained to help you adjust to the injury and that rehabilitation is provided to assist.
After you have suffered an amputation you will find that your life is very different too as it was before. Your family will also likely feel this too. You may not be able to work, or you may not be able to go back to any job you had before the amputation. You may need extensive rehabilitation input from various medical professionals and professional care within your home perhaps. You will likely need some specialist equipment to be provided to assist you in your home life, and perhaps some alterations to your home, or a new home if this is not possible. Your car may also need to be adapted for you to ensure you can drive. We are conscious and sympathetic to the immense changes to your life.
How Can T G Baynes Help me with my Amputation Compensation Claim?
We fully assess your situation from information gathered from yourself, your family and the medical professionals who have provided treatment. We will need to gather all evidence relating to your claim, which will often mean we will contact various third parties involved, including your employer. We will also need to call upon medical experts to provide an opinion on your situation as it occurred and also your prognosis going forward to assist in ensuring that the correct aids, equipment and other needs are met.
Our solicitors will always be sensitive to the needs and any concerns of you and your family at this difficult time. We are experienced in helping people who have suffered an amputation due to medical negligence to understand why it happened and who was at fault, and how you may be able to claim the compensation you deserve to ensure you and your family are fully financially supported. T G Baynes can offer No Win No Fee Agreements (CFAs) on qualifying cases.
We will always listen to you and your family and we will guide you through the legal process from start to finish, providing you with the full facts of your case at all times and being on hand to provide the legal support you may need at this time.
For an informal chat or to make an appointment please call any of our offices on 020 8301 7777 / 01689 886000 / 01322 295525 / or email email@example.com