Amputation Claims

If you’ve lost a limb due to medical negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Speak with our team of experts today to see if you have a claim.

If you’ve suffered a loss of limb due to negligence or a medical mistake, you could be owed compensation.

It is very rare for amputations to happen as a result of medical negligence but the impacts are life changing when things do go wrong. To get a free case assessment get in touch with our personal injury solicitors. We also offer an no win no fee basis for all of our personal injury and medical negligence cases.

Feel free to write to us if you have a question about your matter. We are more than happy to answer your queries and assist you with your matter should you choose to instruct us.

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Suffering an amputation can be a devastating and life changing event. In most cases, claims will be made where an accident has happened during a surgical procedure which has caused loss of limp.

However, in some cases the failure of medical staff to properly identify and treat symptoms can lead to a limb being amputated – causing devastating mental and physical consequences.

We have a team of expert medical negligence solicitors on hand to help fight you case. Our lawyers have years of experience in pursuing amputation claims and can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

Some of the most common examples of treatment giving rise to a claim are:

  • Misdiagnosis of cancer
  • Incorrect care of diabetes
  • Untreated/mistreated infections
  • Surgical errors

No Win No Fee:

Youngs Law offer no win, no fee for all of our medical negligence claims, so if you don’t win your case and receive compensation, you don’t pay us a penny. We will also wait for any fee to be paid to us when you receive you compensation and not upon winning you case.

Case Example:

We were instructed by a man who suffered a right below the knee amputation following a failure to treat a diabetic ulcer in reasonable time. His ulcer was allowed to become infection to such an extent that there was no option other than to amputate his leg.

Clients truly value that we act purely for individuals. We understand that you are an individual and should have a personalised legal service to reflect that.

If you’d like to speak with one of our lawyers, you can set up a free initial consultation.

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