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Our free guide is here to help victims understand what amputation compensations claims are and how our solicitors are here to help you start your claim.
Any accident or injury that leads to the amputation of part or all of any limb is traumatic. It is difficult to deal with. In some cases, you may be able to adjust to your new life in a matter of months. For example following the amputation of a finger or toe. In other cases, you may be looking at months and years of rehabilitation. It demands effort to get your life back on track. In all this difficult time, you need to know that what amputation compensation claims are.
Whichever situation you find yourself in, it is essential that you find a team of personal injury solicitors. They can help to support you throughout the process of making personal injury & amputation compensation claim for your amputation accident. Our expert team has years of experience helping people just like you to get the compensation you deserve.
Have you met an accident and suffered an amputation and it wasn’t your fault? Call us on 0121 565 4317 or use our claims form to arrange your free, no-obligation consultation. Our highly trained team of personal injury solicitors will listen to what happened to you. They will understand your unique circumstances. This will enable us to give you the best advice and assistance in order to make your amputation compensation claim.
Do I Need A Personal Injury Solicitor To Make A Amputation Compensation Claim?
It is not necessary to use a personal injury solicitor to make a compensation claim for any form of a personal injury compensation claim, even one as serious and complex as an amputation claim. There are a number of advantages to doing so, however.
You may receive more compensation:
You may receive more compensation as a result of working with a team of personal injury solicitors. Our experience enables us to know exactly what you can claim compensation for and what you cannot. The Judicial College, (a national governing body) provides guidelines. These tell how much compensation each different injury would normally attract, including very serious injuries such as amputations. This is only to cover the pain and suffering caused by the injury. It does not address the cost of getting your life back on track following your accident and amputation injury. Many clients are unaware of the full range of additional costs they might be able to claim compensation for. In this way, you are often able to claim more compensation working with a team of personal injury solicitors. When once legal fees have been deducted.
You will not need to worry about administration or paperwork.
You will not need to worry about administration or paperwork. All legal systems seem to generate a great deal of paperwork, and personal injury claims are definitely not the exception. There are forms, letters, and other paperwork, much of which has strict deadlines. This is difficult to handle, especially if you are in the process of recovering from an injury such as an amputation. Personal injury claims solicitors spend years training to be able to do this quickly, accurately, and efficiently. It means that you can rest assured that your case is being put forward in the best possible way. By taking this stress and worry away, we aim to free up your time and energy to concentrate on your healing and rehabilitation.
You may be more likely to win your case.
You may be more likely to win your case. When we have suffered an accident or injury, especially one as serious as an amputation, it may be very clear to us who is to blame for what happened. The reasons someone is at fault for your accident legally may be different from the moral or ethical responsibility you may feel they have, however. It is essential that legal experts present your case. who are able to show how someone has failed in their legal obligations. Our training and experience mean that our team of personal injury solicitors are able to put forward a compelling case, based on the information you have given us as to the circumstances surrounding your accident.
If you have suffered an amputation injury and it wasn’t your fault, call us on 0121 565 4317 or use our claims form to arrange your free, no-obligation consultation. We will provide you with all the information you need to decide whether having the support of an expert team of personal injury solicitors would be an advantage in your case.
How Much Compensation Might I Receive For My Amputation Accident Claim?
When making a compensation claim for any personal injury, the amount of compensation you are entitled to will vary according to a number of factors. There are two main parts to your compensation claim. The first is based on the injury you have sustained. It is set down in national guidelines by the Judicial College. These guidelines are very broad, to allow for the wide range of individual injuries you might have suffered. This section of the compensation is there to compensate you for the pain and suffering. Compensation payments for amputation injuries are considerably larger than those for many other injuries. It reflects the extremely serious nature of what has happened to you and how traumatic it must have been.
The second part of your compensation relates to any expenses. It includes loss of income or potential future costs or losses you might expect. These include any modifications you may need to make to your home, transport or lifestyle as a result of your injury. For example, making modifications to your home to allow you to continue living independently. If you have to take time off work to recover, the lost earnings would be included claim. Say your amputation injury means that you will not be able to return to your previous profession, you may also be able to claim for the loss of potential future earnings.
Ask how much compensation your amputation injury might attract, call us on 0121 565 4317. Fill in our claims form to arrange your free, no-obligation consultation. Our team of personal injury claims solicitors will ensure that we listen to the details of your case. We would understand all of the associated factors in order to give you the estimate of your compensation claim.
What If I Can’t Afford A Personal Injury Solicitor For My Amputation Compensation Claim?
After the accident, we offer our services on a no win no fee basis to the majority of our clients. No win no fee means that you will not need to pay anything upfront. After you sign a no win no fee agreement, we will on your behalf in your amputation injury claim. You will only pay our fees once you receive compensation. If we fail to get you the compensation you deserve, you will not pay any legal fees. There is also no risk of legal fees exceeding the value of the compensation that you receive, as our fees are set as a percentage of your compensation payment. This means that you know when accepting an offer of compensation how much you will receive. and you can rest assured that you will receive the lion’s share of the compensation you are awarded.
Make a no win no fee amputation injury claim, call us on 0121 565 4317 or claim online. Our amputation claims team will talk you through the process. They will help you to decide on your best course of action. We want to get you the compensation you need to help you recover from your accident. We want to get your life back on track.
How Do I Start My Amputation Injury Compensation Claim?
Making a no win no fee amputation injury claim is very straightforward. The first thing to do is to select your solicitor. Our team of expert personal injury solicitors are available on 0121 565 4317. You can also claim online to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation. During this discussion, we will listen to your story to ensure that we understand the important details of your case. These include the details of your accident and who you believe was to blame. The exact details of your injuries and any additional injuries you may have suffered. As a result, it also counts the ways in which your accident and injury have impacted your life. Once we have all of this information, we are able to give you our expert legal advice. help you to begin making your amputation injury compensation claim.