Toe Amputation Claims
Our Solicitors are on standby to help you claim compensation for your amputation. We have helped many clients across the UK with their toe amputation claims so give us a call for free legal advice.
Toe amputations can be described as the partial or full loss of a toe due to trauma. Losing one or several toes is classified as a very serious injury. When you lose the big toe the impact is more severe as compared to the other toes.
Most common types of toe amputations that occur are:
- Partial toe amputation – this is the removal of a section of the toe commonly known as an excision
- Toe disarticulation – this is where the entire toe is amputated right to the base
The psychological and physical torture that comes with losing a toe is immense. If you have lost a toe as a result of someone else’s negligence, then you may want consider making a toe amputation claim to help you cater for your financial losses as well as your journey to emotional well being.
If You Are Involved In a Toe Amputation Accident
If you have lost or injured your toe as a result of an accident, whether workplace or road accident, there are a number of items you might want to make sure you have for future reference in case you want to make a toe amputation claim.
- Photographic evidence – you need to gather a lot of photographs and videos of the scene of accident as well as the injury to support your claim. Take photographs of the vehicles involved and anything else that explain the accident area. If you are not able to take pictures, then politely ask someone else to do it.
- Witnesses – witnesses are the backbone of a case. make sure you get their details such as their full names, address and phone numbers. To make a toe amputation claim, you might need there version of events to build up your case.
- Expenses incurred – most of the time before any compensation, you will be paying for a lot of items from your pocket. If this is the scenario, ensure that you keep a record of all the expenses whether medical or travel. This includes medicine and prescription costs, invoices of taxis, accommodation costs and so on.
- Driver details. However if it is a company car, ensure you take the company name and the business name too and give them a ring to report the accident.
Toe Amputation Claims Process
Starting a toe amputation claim, is a very straight forward process with us. All you need to do is call us on 0121 565 4317 and one of our friendly Solicitors will be ready to assist you. They will ask you a few questions to get a basic understanding of your case. Some of the questions to anticipate during your call include:
- The cause of your amputation
- The location and time of the accident as you can recall
- If you have any witness contacts with whom we can use for testimony to build up on your case
- If you have any photographs as part of the evidence
- If you visited a doctor and their prognosis on your situation and what they anticipate in the future as a result of the toe amputation
- If you have a record of all your financial expenditure incurred since the accident
During this interactive session feel free to ask any question you may have in mind and we will do our best to answer you. Under the guidance of our amputation Solicitors, we will soon get back to you to let you know if we are taking on your case or not.
Our personal injury solicitors offer the No Win No Fee service where you are charged nothing until you are compensated. You will be notified of our expected percentage if we decide to take on your claim. This we expect to take after you receive the compensation but never before. A No Win No Fee agreement exempts you from the legal fees which are a burden on top of the other expenses you have been handling. Our mission is to see you get the rightful compensation you deserve so that your quality of life is not adversely affected.
Toe amputation claims have a time limit of 3 years allowed if you want to make a compensation claim for toe amputation. For your case to be valid, contact us as soon as possible so that we can start the case before you are too late.
Common Causes of Toe Amputation
Some common forms of accidents that have led to toe amputation include;
- Road accidents – this mostly happens due to the trauma impact during the accident. You can be the pedestrian, driver or passenger. Whatever the situation, as long as you can prove that the accident was someone else’s fault.
- Work accidents – can be due to lack of proper foot wear thus can be as a result of anything from slips trips and sharp objects on the floor. Every employer has an obligation to ensure that his staff and visitors are always within a safe working environment. When an employer fails to comply to any of the outlined expectations in the health and safety act, then they are liable to be sued for negligence in case of any accident that would have been avoided if proper rules and procedures were followed.
- Medical Negligence is also a common reason for toe amputation to occur
What To Claim If You Had a Toe Amputation
- Medical expenses – these are the costs of prescription and therapy or rehabilitation.
- Artificial toes. If you have to get an artificial toe, you want to get one with the latest technology. This can be costly. We help you source for the best and include this as a cost.
- Travel costs – these are all the out of pocket expenses you have incurred as a result of the accident. it can be costs of using taxis to and from the hospital, cost of transport from the scene of accident if you had a road accident and so on.
- Cost of care – this is the cost of having to hire someone to help you around the house as you recover. This can also be a relative or a friend who has been with you and given their time to helping you around. They are eligible to putting in a claim for care that they provided you with.
- Financial losses – these are losses in earnings from being off work. You may have had to stop going to work as you went through medical treatment. Additionally, the expected loss of earnings can be calculated and added to this claim.
No Win No Fee Toe Amputation Claims
Our amputation Solicitors are keen to see that everyone with a genuine case has access to professional representation at no initial cost. Our No Win No Fee agreement is meant for people who want to claim for justice but cannot afford it, that’s why all our claims for amputation is done on a No Win No Fee basis.
For us to take your case under our No Win No Fee umbrella, we have to prove negligence. Afterwards we will agree with you on the percentage you will be obligated to pay us after you have successfully won the case and received compensation. This amount is what we commonly refer to as success fee.
We will afterwards sign a binding contract stating that if we do not win the case then you are not to pay us anything. This way you are financially secure. You have no risks whatsoever and the Solicitors are who bear the risk of gaining nothing in the end if the case is not successful.
Our No Win No Fee agreement is transparent and has no hidden clauses. We will talk you through it, and let you read for yourself before you sign anything.
With our No Win No Fee services, financial barriers are no excuses not to make a toe amputation claim if you can prove negligence on the part of the third party. Give us a call today for a comprehensive discussion under no obligation to hire us.
Why Claim Justice For Your Toe Amputation Claims
It is very important that you have an expert when going for personal injury claims that are as serious as toe amputations. Our Amputation Solicitors have vast experience in toe amputation claims and we have won many claims before that involved amputation. Our professional Solicitors will not only see you get compensation but they will fight to see you get the highest possible amount.
- We will match you with the best Solicitor in our team whose experience closely matches your case
- We are highly transparent and will keep you updated every step of the way with emails and phone calls.
- We are always ready to answer your queries
Contact us today on 0121 565 4317 or leave us a request for a call back and we will get back to you at your preferred time for further discussions. Don’t delay in getting justice. We are here to serve you so give us a call for free legal assistance and advice