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Some medical procedures result in an amputation. In the worst cases, this is devastating for the patient involved, as it can cause disability, loss of independence and major changes in lifestyle. The psychological and emotional impact can also be severe, particularly if the amputation could have been avoided.

This may mean you have suffered an amputation due to medical negligence and you could file an amputation compensation claim. Contact Longden Walker & Renney Solicitors on 0191 5666 500 or tell us your situation via our no obligation online enquiry form.

You could be covered by a No Win No Fee agreement, otherwise known as a conditional fee agreement, public funding (Legal Aid) or a legal expenses benefit attached to your household insurance. In any instance, Longden Walker & Renney will always advise you of your funding options from the outset, so you don’t have to worry.

Some common causes of amputation include:

  • Delays in cancer diagnosis;
  • Diabetic vascular problems;
  • Infection;
  • Mistreatment of serious limb injuries;
  • Operations carried out in the wrong place;
  • Medical mistakes which lead to amputation at a later date.

Our clinical negligence team have had many years of experience with medical negligence cases, including amputation claims. We are fully aware of the physical, emotional and often financial problems caused by serious injury.

For specialist legal advice and representation for your amputation compensation claim, contact our dedicated medical negligence solicitors team on 0191 5666 500.

We have in-depth industry knowledge and expertise, so you are guaranteed to get the right advice on the potential of your amputation claim. After we have assessed your case, we can support and guide you through the legal process every step of the way if you have a viable claim. Our clinical negligence solicitors can carry out full investigations and gather the necessary medical evidence and advice required to win you the compensation you deserve.

In more serious cases, amputation compensation can be substantial, covering the costs of suitable accommodation, transport, aids, equipment, financial loss and ongoing treatment and rehabilitation.

Whatever your situation, Longden Walker & Renney Solicitors offer a professional service based on years of experience. We are driven by our compassion for those who have suffered avoidable amputations at the hands of clinical negligence; you can rely on us to deal successfully with your amputation claim with the utmost understanding and guidance.

If you or a loved one has suffered an amputation and you believe it may be the result of medical negligence, contact one of our clinical negligence solicitors by completing our no obligation online enquiry form. You can also call us on 0191 5666 500 or request a callback and one of our medical negligence lawyers will be in touch for a no obligation, free initial advice session.