Unbelievably, up to 6000 amputations take place each year within the UK, with half of them being due to medical problems that were preventable.

If you have been on the receiving end of this type of surgery, the consequences can be terrible and overwhelming. Not only are you left to recover from a major operation, but your whole life is changed negatively and permanently.

Great Deals
What does it mean?
Keep 100% of your damages.
There may be a deduction from your damages if you decide to get after the event insurance. Click Here*

Recover your compensation

If you consider that your amputation was preventable and unnecessary, we may be able to help you by claiming compensation. This may not take your life back to how it was prior to the surgery, but it can help in so many ways.

Modifications to your home, transport, therapy; all can be brought into the picture once you receive adequate and necessary compensation. Our specialist legal team are skilled in dealing with many such medical negligence claims and understand the trauma and upset that you have already experienced.

Because we have worked with many clients over the years, we understand the processes involved and can therefore work towards obtaining maximum benefit for you from the compensation received.

Causes of amputation

There are many reasons for amputation taking place, but the majority of amputations are done to prevent more serious illness or medical problems. Most amputations are not negligent. However, some amputations could so easily have been prevented with timely and accurate medical and nursing care. The amputation may have been necessary due to reduced blood supply, infection, gangrene, limb cancer or some other form of trauma.

If the medical team or the GP caring for you were not proactive, you can be left with the very real and difficult task of having to face the rest of your life as an amputee. Many clients have come to us with claims due to various reasons, including:

  • Limb cancer being diagnosed too late
  • Improper care of diabetes
  • Ischaemia not diagnosed
  • Infection not detected
  • Error during surgery leading to amputation during or thereafter
  • Amputation of the wrong limb

Many diabetes patients sufferer badly, particularly with ulcers on the feet that, if neglected, result in amputation. Shockingly, 1 in 10 diabetes patients get ulcers, and 50% of amputations within the UK are carried out on diabetics.

Let us help

If you have suffered physically, emotionally or financially due to amputation, we can help.

Get in touch now and find out how we can help with your case of amputation compensation.

We Cover Most Medical Negligence Case types, see More information below…

Call us free today:
No Win, No Fee
Maximum Compensation
Negligence Specialists
Accident & Emergency (A&E) Compensation Claims
Cancer - Medical Negligence Compensation Claims
Death Due to Medical Negligence
GP Negligence Compensation Claims
Hospital Negligence Compensation Claims
How to Report a Negligent Doctor
Is there a time limit on medical negligence claims?
Medical Misdiagnosis Compensation Claims
bad news
Misdiagnosed of Cancer
NHS Negligence Claims
Orthopaedic Injury
Poor Medical Care
The Ultimate Guide to Medical Negligence Compensation Claims

Latest Cases

Find Been Let Down on:

Frequently asked questions

Our FAQs can give you a good overview of the things you need to know

Beenletdown is a trading name of Armstrong Solicitors Limited, a company registered in England & Wales (Company number 05770681) and an incorporated practice recognised, authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. A list of the directors is available for inspection at the below address. By using this website, you expressly agree to be bound by this disclaimer and that your use of this website is at your own risk. Clear here to view the full disclaimer.

© 2017 Been Let Down
Registered Office: 5th Floor, The Plaza,
100 Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L3 9QJ.
Company Reg No. 05770681 VAT Reg No. 889964354