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If I have an amputation case
Amputation claims would at first sight appear to be relatively straightforward cases. The nature and extent of the injury is immediately obvious, so there can be no debate about whether your injury will affect you. The only questions will be how much and what kind of support you and your family will need?
These cases can take time to establish both the extent to which you may be disadvantaged by the amputation and to get whoever was at fault for causing the injury to admit blame. Like any other personal injury claim, you will have a good case if Access Legal can prove that, on the balance of probabilities, your injuries and amputation were the result of someone else’s negligence.
Many victims of amputation accidents in the workplace are reluctant to take legal action against their employer for fear of jeopardising future employment, if they are indeed fit to return to work. This should not deter you. The law protects employees who take justified legal action if their employer’s negligence was responsible for their injuries.
You need not worry about the cost of taking action either. Access Legal’s No-Win-No-Fee amputation claim solicitors can manage your case from initial conversation to final settlement with absolutely no financial risk to you.
If we are convinced you do have a case, our priorities will be to arrange immediate therapy and rehabilitation as well as ensuring that you and your family do not suffer financially in the short or long term.