Business as usual during COVID-19
Our IT systems are robust enough for us to work from home and we are meeting current and new clients online and by telephone to deal with all enquiries. The courts, counsel and our experts are continuing to work on your behalf. We will contact all of our clients by phone to reassure you of our continuing support at this difficult time.
We realise that most of you will be in self-isolation and would like to express our best wishes for your ongoing safety and health.
Paul McNeil, Head of Personal Injury and Medical Negligence
Losing a limb is traumatic and life-changing, affecting every aspect of someone's life and identity.
Our team of expert medical negligence solicitors understand that a compensation claim is part of a long period of readjustment and hard work towards rehabilitation and recovery.
We have assisted numerous amputees over the years all over the UK and abroad, including transtibial (below the knee) and transfemoral (above the knee) amputees, and those suffering upper limb amputations of fingers, hands and arms. Read our case studies here.
For further information or if you believe you have an amputation claim, please contact any member of our medical negligence team directly.
We regularly host conferences and events to support amputees and to share information from leading practitioners in revolutionary treatments such as osseointegration and psychological therapy.
We are panel solicitors for Limbless Association and worked in conjunction with Limbpower to produce a brochure that is available to amputees at all Limb Centres across the UK, providing them with valuable information on how to get the most out of their visit to their Limb Centre.
Recovering your loss
As with all Fieldfisher medical negligence claims, our solicitors fight tirelessly to recover the maximum compensation possible for our clients as well as early interim payments and specialist rehabilitation where possible, in order to provide financial security and peace of mind for our clients and their family.
Helping you adjust following amputation
Adjusting to a new way of living involves practicalities such as adapted accommodation and prosthetics and often long-term physical and psychological therapies. Our solicitors will ensure you have the correct adjustments in place to achieve the best quality of life.
Our support includes:
- Physical and emotional rehabilitation
- Your move to suitably to adapted property or modifying existing property to ensure your safety and comfort
- Specialist equipment and services tailored to your abilities
- Regular care, support and assistance
- Medical treatment and private therapies
- The best prosthetic technologies including Osseointegration where appropriate
Browse our recent amputee and limb loss cases.
Latest news and insights
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Medical Negligence Review 2019
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Awards and recognition
We are recognised in all the leading legal directories and regularly win industry awards for our work with clients.