Life after the loss of a limb requires constant support and assistance. Friends and family give the support needed to cope and often suffer from enormous strain.
Contact us at Lawford Kidd immediately on 01312255214 for your free legal advice and remember that you will receive 100% of any compensation recovered from the insurance company.
Our team of specialist solicitors have undertaken support and compensation claims for limb amputees. Leg, arm, hand, foot, finger and toe amputations impact both on everyday existence and work capacity. Our specialist team of personal injury solicitors will assist you in obtaining the best care following your operation, help with mobility problems and assistance in finding the right prosthesis.
Although the health service provides excellent support and assistance, often a higher grade of technical prosthesis and support can be obtained through private medical sources. It is important that you obtain specialist legal advice to ensure that your solicitor can assist in obtaining the best ongoing support as well as recovering the maximum compensation. Our legal time have over two decades of experience in dealing with the requirements of injured people affected by amputation.
Scotland is unique in the UK in allowing cases to proceed before a civil jury to assess compensation. Often amputees will recover a higher award of compensation from a civil jury than a judge. We shall advise you on the appropriate legal procedure. In the last four years, Lawford Kidd have recovered over £400,000 for two clients who lost legs in road traffic accidents. Cyclists and motorcyclists are often particularly at risk from this type of injury.
You need the best possible legal assistance when coping with this difficult period and Lawford Kidd’s specialisation in amputation claims will assure you have the best legal guidance. Contact us on 01312255214 for free initial advice.
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* Unlike many personal injury lawyers in Scotland, we provide you with 100% of the compensation awarded with no ‘success fee’.