Why Legal Support is Paramount.
Losing one or more limbs can be very distressing and is a life-long condition that will require ongoing intervention from prosthetic centres and your GP, and possibly ongoing therapies. Amputation has huge impact on your social and working life, that’s why it is vital you seek legal advice to see if you may be entitled to some form of compensation or care package that can give you the best level of care and treatments for the rest of your life.
We only recommend specialist solicitors that are extremely experienced in this field and can provide an effortless service that will reassure you that the process is moving in the right direction. We are happy for each and every amputee to use a solicitor of their choice but there are many factors that you need to consider when instructing a solicitor to take on such a tough and intricate case.
Please be aware that all solicitors will want to pursue your claim and they will tell you that they can give you a good service and get you what you need, but a more experienced solicitor within this field will be able to happily talk to you about their previous work and they should be able to put you in touch with previous clients that are happy to talk about the success of their claim. Amputation is classed as Catastrophic Injury, NOT Slip, Trip or Fall, please stay away from the everyday accident solicitors.
We currently recommend two Law firms that can be found on our legal panel.
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Damian Harper an Amputation Foundation Trustee, will be climbing mount Kilimanjaro in October 2019 as a personal challenge and also to raise funds on behalf of Amputation Foundation. Damian is a Hip Disarticulation Amputee and has been for over 32 years since he suffered Osteosarcoma at 17 years of age. This disruption for Damian was difficult as he was studying for his A levels, but following amputation and treatment Damian was able to finish his [...]
2018 Calvert Trust achievers In September 2018 we took 18 amputees to The Calvert Trust in Keswick, Lake District, Cumbria, for an outward bounds activity weekend, the results were outstanding and we received comments like "Better than any counselling session I've ever had" and "Never did I think I would be able to achieve so much without all of my limbs". We are now taking a minimum of 24 amputees in September 2019, [...]
Amputation Foundation Charity Launch Party Event - Photos Check out some of the photo's from Amputation Foundation Charity Launch Party Event. Can you spot yourself at the Amputation Foundation Charity Launch Party Event? We hope you had a great night and enjoy looking through the event photos. [...]
A big thank you to the Liverpool Echo who recently wrote an article about our CEO, Stephen Cruse and his journey to setting up the Amputation Foundation. Check out the full article here: https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/huyton-man-who-lost-legs-14205869.
Amputation Foundation Official Charity Launch Party Titanic Hotel, 10th March 2018 The official launch of our registered charity "Amputation Foundation" takes place on 10th March 2018. Guests will be provided with a 3 course gala dinner from one of Liverpools finest chef's, arrival drinks and top class entertainment. We have an amazing soloist Tom Loughlin performing at the drinks reception and an amazing band The Trunk Monkeys performing throughout the night. We also have the [...]
Watch Iron Man's Robert Downey Jr and Albert Manero, a CollectiveProject student who founded Limbitless, surprise a very special child with his new bionic 3D printed arm. This prosthetic was built at no cost to the family. Find out more about the CollectiveProject here: http://office.tumblr.com Call us on 01744 808 850 or send us a message Contact us
Steve Davies designs, prints, builds and fits 3D printed hands and arms for children (completely for free!) A recent Channel 4 series called 'Shed of the Year' has unearthed a real community hero in Steve and his partner Drew Murray, who together make up Team Unlimbited. The children can pick any colour or theme they want, as each prosthetic limb is created to reflect the personality and character of them. Steve, who was [...]