Amputation Claim Solicitors in Lincolnshire

Amputation Claim Solicitors in Lincolnshire

If you have been seriously injured in a non-fault accident, which has led to an amputation, you may be able to claim compensation. Talk to us today.

    Amputation Claim Experts

    Have you been seriously injured in an accident within the last 3 years? Have you sustained injuries so severe that you have had your finger, thumb, hand, arm or leg amputated? If so, contact our amputation claim solicitors in Lincolnshire today for legal advice regarding a claim.

    From our base in Louth, we represent clients across the county in a range of claims for personal injury. Whether your accident took place in Grimsby, Boston, Skegness or Lincoln, or anywhere in between, our solicitors can help you make a financial claim for compensation.

    Our team has more than 20 years of experience in representing clients who have been seriously injured in non-fault accidents and are on hand today to speak to you about whether you are entitled to claim compensation for your injuries.

    Call us on 01507 609027 now or submit your details using the form on this page. One of our solicitors will call you at your convenience to discuss the circumstances that led to your accident and the merits of a potential claim. We offer free and no obligation consultations to all new enquiries.

    Amputation claims in Lincolnshire

    If you or a member of your family have been seriously injured in an accident that has led to an amputation then you may be able to claim compensation for your pain and suffering, and any financial loss as a result of the accident.

    If the accident was not your fault then we can help advise you on claiming against the negligent party, whether that is your employer, another road user or a land owner.

    Personal injury claims are made against the insurers of the negligent party, as opposed to the negligent person themselves.

    How long after an accident can I make a claim?

    The law in England and Wales states that you have 3 years from the date of your accident in which to start a claim for compensation.

    There are however some exceptions to this three year time limit, especially in cases involving children or people without the mental capacity to make a claim themselves.

    We recommend clients contact us as soon as possible, to not risk falling foul of this 3 year claim period. Contact us today on 01507 609027 and we will be happy to advise you on whether you can make a claim.

    Can I claim if I was at fault or partly at fault for the accident?

    Sometimes accidents are not the fault of one single party.  If you think you may have been partly to blame for the accident we still recommend you contact us to discuss the accident circumstances, as you still may be eligible to make a successful claim.

    We have over 20 years of experience in dealing with all types of personal injury claims that involve amputations so will be able to give you a considered view on whether you will be able to make a successful claim for compensation.

    How much can I claim?

    The amount of compensation you can expect to receive for your amputation claim depends on a number of factors including the type of injury you have sustained, the severity of your injuries, how you recover, if you incurred any financial losses such as loss of earnings as a result of the accident and your employment prospects in the future.

    The actual amount that you are able to claim for your pain and suffering is based on a set of national guidelines and fall into different bands.

    The amounts set out below are based on figures published in the 15th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines for the assessment of damages in personal injury cases, published in November 2019.

    • Amputation of both arms – £225,960 – £281,520
    • Amputation of one arm at the shoulder – not less than £128,710
    • Amputation of one arm below the elbow – £90,250 – £102,890
    • Index, middle or ring finger amputation, leading to almost total loss of grip and dexterity – £58,100 – £85,170
    • An amputation, severely affecting the hand – £27,220 – £58,100
    • Total loss of a thumb – £33,330 – £51,460

    In addition to financial compensation for your actual injury and pain and suffering, our amputation claim solicitors in Lincolnshire can also help you to claim for “special damages”, which usually include loss of earnings and the cost of medical care and rehabilitation. These “Special damages” can often increase the value of a claim significantly, with some claims worth hundreds of thousands or even millions of pounds.

    Every amputation claim is different and you may be able to claim more or less than the examples above so contact us today to discuss your potential claim.

    Use our compensation calculator to see how much your claim might be worth.

    Why choose Nigel Askew Solicitors to help you claim?

    Our team of specialist solicitors have over 20 years of experience in winning compensation for our clients and during this time have won millions of pounds of compensation on their behalf.

    We offer all new clients a free and no obligation initial claims consultation, during which we will ask you questions about your accident and your injuries, to help us build a picture of your potential claim.

    From our offices in Louth, we work as hard as we can to secure the best possible outcomes for our clients. We are pleased to offer our clients a completely bespoke service, often attending them at their homes to take statements and provide claim updates. We offer a truly personal service and unlike at many larger law firms, your claim will be dealt with by a senior solicitor rather than by a junior claims handler or litigation executive with little or no experience in how to secure the best possible outcome for clients that have suffered serious injury, requiring amputation.

    Contact Nigel Askew Solicitors today

    To arrange your free and no obligation initial consultation, call Nigel Askew Solicitors today on 01507 609027. You may also contact us by submitting an online enquiry, using the form on the right of this page and one of our solicitors will call you at a time which is convenient to you.

    Alternatively, you can email us details of your new enquiry to

    Our amputation claim solicitors in Lincolnshire represent clients across the county in claims for personal injury and are proud to serve the people of Louth, Lincoln, Grimsby, and Scunthorpe, Skegness and Sleaford and everyone across Lincolnshire.

    Our no win no fee solicitors are here to help you, whatever your accident circumstances.

    • 100% No Win No Fee Claims
    • Free Initial Legal Advice
    • Over 20 Year’s Experience

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    01507 609027

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