Click here to view our COVID-19 Policy

Amputation Claims by Serious Injury Lawyers

Being involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault can be traumatic and stressful enough. But if that accident results in the amputation of a limb, then the effects can be even more life changing. Naturally you will be worried about the impact on the rest of your family, but taking steps to get the very best legal advice you can about making a claim for your amputation can make a big difference.

At Express Solicitors we understand that a serious injury like an amputation can have a major impact on your life. It can be difficult to adjust to life as an amputee, and many people don’t know where they can turn to for help. Our expert team of solicitors are here to help you every step of the way. They are in close contact with leading experts in the fields of prosthesis, psychology and psychiatry to get you the long term assistance you need.

After undergoing an amputation, a great deal of changes will need to be made to your life, from your home and how you work to how you travel around. Our experience team can get you professional help with:

  • Adaptations to your home
  • Rehabilitation
  • Therapy
  • Care Assistance
  • Support at home
  • Prosthesis
  • Special equipment

All of our highly trained solicitors are sensitive to the difficulties that you and your family will be going through at this time, and will handle your case with care through its duration.

If you have been in an accident that wasn’t your fault that has resulted in the amputation of a limb, then you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. For free and independent advice on pursuing a claim, contact Express Solicitors on 0161 904 4660.

  • Our Latest Case Studies

    Serious Injury Claims

    Tony's Story

    Frank's Story

    Lindsay's Story

  • Contact Details

    Serious Injury Site

    Call us on
    0161 9044 660

    [email protected]

    Express Solicitors
    Resolution House
    311-319 Palatine Road,
    M22 4HH,

    DX 29390,

    Find Us

  • Our Testimonials

    Lindsay Awarded £1m

    Lindsay Lindsay Preston was only 18 when, during a driving lesson, she suffered 42% burns to her body including significant burns to her face, scalp, neck, right arm and both hands.  In addition, she suffered multiple amputations to her fingers, various neurological injuries and a severe head injury. Lindsay was injured after the car she was driving during a professional driving lesson emerged from a junction into the path of an oncoming vehicle; it then burst in flames with …
    Lindsay Preston
  • Videos

    Serious Injury Claims

    Tony's Story

    Nigel's Story

    ITN Reports