Get Expert Legal Help for your Amputation Claims
In certain situations, you may have had been advised that amputation of a limb is necessary as a result of nerve damage and/or injury or illness. Amputation is often done as a last resort and a life-saving option.
There are certain circumstances in which you may have a valid claim such as there being a delay in the diagnosis of diabetes or cancer. In some cases, the disease can often progress quite rapidly which requires amputation of a body part. If you did not receive proper treatment or a wrongful diagnosis, then you have been legally entitled to compensation.
Each case is different and any compensation is based on the severity of the injury and the impact it has had on your life. You may be able to claim other losses such as loss of earnings, care, treatment and/or house adaptations.
If you have suffered from any of the above, please contact us on 01706 711 176 for an assessment of your case. All our medical negligence claims are funded by a No Win No Fee, so there is no financial risk to you.
Clinical & Medical Negligence
Clinical Negligence, also known as Medical Negligence, is when a medical professional or body fails in their duty of care, causing harm or injury either directly or indirectly.
Medical professionals and bodies have a duty to provide a high level of service to their patients, in a way that does not cause further harm. If they fail in this duty and you, your loved ones or family are injured or killed because of this negligence, this is known as Clinical (or Medical) Negligence.
One example of clinical negligence would be when a doctor performs an unnecessary operation on a patient, causing harm. Every case is unique, making it important to work closely with our Clinical & Medical Negligence specialists who will do their best to listen to your story and get you the compensation you deserve.
If you have been a victim of clinical or medical negligence in Rochdale, England or Wales, ASL can help you get the care you need and the compensation you deserve. We will fight your case on a no-win no-fee basis, which ensures that you get the compensation you need to help with rehabilitation, care needs and financial losses without having to pay out before the case.
Our team of Clinical & Medical Negligence solicitors specialise in all type of medical negligence claims, including but not limited to:
- NHS Claims
- Misdiagnosis Claims
- Childbirth Claims
- Dental Claims
- Brain Injury Claims
- Delayed Diagnosis Claims
- Midwifery Claims
- Nursing Negligence Claims
- Cancer Claims
You’re in good hands with ASL – in 2019, we were named as one of the top three best medical negligence solicitors in Rochdale by Three Best Rated! To learn more, get some free advice or request our services, please call us on 01706 711 176 today.
How to Start a Medical Negligence Claim?
The first step of making a claim for clinical & medical negligence is to get in touch with a solicitor or solicitor firm that can handle your case, such as ASL. We will then assign a specialist solicitor to record the details and severity of your case and try to understand what went wrong.
After listening to your story and taking your information our team will work together to collect documents – such as medical records and reports from your doctor(s) – to help establish the facts of your claim and the impact it has had. With this information, our team will start building your case and investigating the amount of compensation you may be entitled to.
The final compensation claim mat include damages for harm done, income lost due to the negligence and/or the cost of future medical treatment, depending on the details of your case. Because each case is different, we recommend talking to a member of our medical & clinical negligence team to learn more about how ASL can help you.
You can either call us directly on 01706 711 176 or fill out our simple online claim form to discuss the facts of your experience. We will fight you case on a No Win No Fee basis, so you can get the maximum damages possible to help with rehabilitation, care and financial losses.