Contact us today for a free consultation on your amputation claim. Call our specialist Personal Injury Team based both in Brighton and London on 0800 280 0432 or if you wish us to call you back please fill in the form.
“I just want to say thank you for helping me and X with everything, before you took us on I felt as if this process would never end but since you have the case has been resolved within a year. I’m so pleased that we can finally move forward with our lives and I am especially grateful for your extra support and advice.” – Mrs L
We have been working to get the compensation you deserve for over 30 years and each member of the Team is highly specialised and has years of experience.
Most of our cases are dealt on a “no win, no fee” agreement so there is no financial risk to you.
The loss of a limb is an extremely distressing experience and can have a lasting impact on both your quality of life and capacity for independence. As such, if the injury is in some way attributable to another party’s negligence, it might be in your interests to pursue a claim with an experienced amputation compensation solicitor.
The personal injury lawyers at Healys Solicitors offer skilled and in-depth legal knowledge to provide you with the best possible chance of receiving the compensation you deserve.
Our expertise extends from relatively low-value amputation claims, such as those for the loss of a single finger or two, to high-value claims for traumatic limb loss, such as the amputation of more than one arm or leg.
When making a claim with Healys Solicitors, you could benefit from our specialist knowledge of securing sums for the right kind of equipment and necessary adaptations for your home.
We can also help you negotiate aspects of your claim relevant to amputation complications such as phantom limb pain, contraction, chronic neuroma, and necrosis.
In addition, our Lawyers can help with parts of treatment and therapy provision as well as in securing sums for the latest and most suitable prosthesis.
Often the serious nature of amputations can cause a financial problem from the moment you have the accident. At Healys Solicitors we understand that you need help from the first moment you call us. We will work hard for you to secure an interim payment to aid in your rehabilitation. Often once the other side have agreed liability this can easily be negotiated.
With Healys Solicitors you can be assured that you will receive a comprehensive legal service which is always client-focused, performed by experts, and offers a range of first-class legal and non-legal assistance to ensure you receive maximum compensation and the best possible care.
Below is a brief case study on how we have helped our clients:
We have helped a Terry who was in his 50s get his life back together after an accident in work resulted in the amputation of his right leg above his knee. Responsibility was not contested and Healys Solicitors were able to secure a six figure sum in compensation to improve the client’s quality of life.
You can view the extended version of this case study and other ways on how we have helped our clients by visiting the case studies section.
So contact the Personal Injury Team on 0800 280 0432 or fill in contact us form for us to call you back.
16th July 2021
Judges often express amazement at the devoted care lavished upon disabled people by their loved ones. However, as one case showed, one of the most important things they can do is to ask a solicitor to explore the possibility of compensation. Continue reading »
2nd June 2021
Changes have now been introduced to the amount of compensation you receive if you have been involved in a road traffic accident after 31 May 2021, and you have suffered a “whiplash” type injury. Continue reading »
15th January 2021
Elderly victims of clinical negligence who are approaching the end of their lives may feel there is little point seeking justice. However, they also have their loved ones to think about and a High Court case in which a woman in her 80s received six-figure damages showed how important it is to obtain legal advice. Continue reading »
14th December 2020
Everyone has a right to expect that public services will function efficiently and, if you have been let down and suffered injury as a result, you should see a solicitor without delay. In a case on point, a woman who was traumatised by the late arrival of an ambulance after she fell seriously ill at home was awarded substantial damages. Continue reading »
23rd October 2020
Healys LLP has again been recognised as a leading firm in the latest edition of the Legal 500.
The Legal 500 directory provides comprehensive coverage on legal services providers in over 100 countries, with independent and unbiased commentary on the leading law firms.
This year Healys has been ranked in 4 practice areas, with 8 lawyers individually recommended. Continue reading »
16th September 2021
Maternity leave should be a period of joy and tranquillity but, all too often, it is marred by discrimination. As an Employment Tribunal (ET) decision showed, however, employers who treat new mothers unfavourably can expect to pay a high reputational and financial price. Continue reading »
13th September 2021
As the UK strives towards a brave new world of net zero emissions, lifestyles have to change and there will inevitably be those who suffer inconvenience and financial loss. In a case on point, Britain’s first 24/7 zero emissions street survived a local resident’s High Court challenge. Continue reading »
10th September 2021
Justice should not only be done but should be seen to be done. That phrase may be somewhat hackneyed but, as a High Court planning case showed, it is a golden rule that serves to root out even the appearance of bias in official decision-making. Continue reading »
9th September 2021
Residential property often represents the majority of a person’s wealth and valuing it for Inheritance Tax (IHT) purposes is, par excellence, a matter for professionals. In a case on point, a son who dispensed with expert tax and valuation advice following his mother’s death found himself in very deep water. Continue reading »
6th September 2021
Care home owners were possibly the hardest hit of all by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. As an Employment Tribunal (ET) ruling showed, however, the crisis did not relieve them of their obligation to treat staff fairly. Continue reading »