Sometimes injuries or a failure to be able to treat an infection or other health condition can result in a limb having to be amputated. This can have a huge impact on a person’s life and mental health.

Has medical negligence resulted in an amputated limb?

Amputation cases appear to be on the increase particularly in cases where a person is a diabetic and has problems with recurrent or poor healing ulcers and infections. If these are not treated correctly and promptly,  then it is possible an amputation of the affected limb is the only way forward.

If you believe that you have not been provided with adequate medical treatment which has resulted in an amputation or you have been told you may need an amputation; then please call BLV LAW to discuss your case. We can advise you if you have a claim and support you through the process.

We work on a "no win, no fee" basis.

There are no fees to pay upfront and during your claim and a fixed fee is only payable if your claim is won.

We can help you achieve the maximum support and financial compensation. You can claim for past and future losses to help support you and your family in coping with the long term effects of any medical negligence that has occurred.

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