How Much Compensation for an Amputated Finger?

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Mr S suffered orthopaedic injuries and permanent damage to his pituitary gland in a motorcycling accident. Mr S recovered £360,000 on a provisional damages basis.
Mr W suffered a serious knee injury in a motorcycling accident and he went on to develop chronic pain syndrome forcing his early retirement. Mr W recovered £575,000.
Mr N was walking down metal steps at work and slipped on oil sustaining injury and fracturing wrist. We secured a settlement for £110,000.
Mr M suffered a serious knee injury in a motorcycling accident and ultimately came to amputation of the injured leg. Mr M recovered £1,250,000.
Mr F suffered traumatic amputation of his foot and serious arm injuries in a motorcycling accident. Mr F recovered £863,524.
While Mr S was lifting heavy rolls of adhesive tape at work, he sustained a back injury. We secured a settlement for £55,000.
Mr T suffered an ankle and knee injury in a motorcycling accident and was unable to return to his former work as a Baker’s assistant. Mr T recovered £395,000.

How much compensation for an amputated finger?

‘How much compensation for an amputated finger?’ is a question we get asked a lot which is why we’ve written a free guide for anyone who wants the benefit of our 30 years’ experience of getting maximum compensation for people whose injuries have resulted in finger being amputated and therefore leading to claiming amputated finger compensation.

Suffering from an amputation is an extreme consequence of an accident. Suffering from an amputated finger can have an enormous effect on the victims’ life. Due to the extremity of an amputation, the legal process can be complex but very rewarding if you claim amputated finger compensation.

Here at Beardsells Personal Injury Solicitors we are experts in winning high compensation amounts for our clients. We have built a professional reputation of being honest, determined and supportive of our clients. We have built this reputation over a period of 30 years and in these 30 years our experience and knowledge on amputation cases such as amputated finger compensation has developed greatly.

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The relationships that we build with our clients are very important to us. We want you to know that we are honest and that you can trust and rely on us. That is why we have developed this free guide. It’s filled with all the important information you need to claim amputated finger compensation including the amounts that could be won depending on the specifics of your cases.

We have spent over 3 decades helping people just like you win higher than average compensation amounts. We know what it takes to build an unbeatable case and we are determined to win you the amputated finger compensation you deserve.

Beardsells work on a no win no fee basis. We are experts in winning cases and building strong relationships with our clients.

Once you’ve downloaded and read your free guide you’ll be equipped will all the knowledge you need to make an amputated finger compensation claim. You can then give us a call and we’ll begin taking the steps towards winning you the compensation you deserve.

Call us now on 0800 677 1911 or mobile 0333 577 2251 free of charge to start your claim today.

Got any questions? Send us a message via our contact form and we can give you all the information you need.

Written by Wai

Wai Yi is our joint Managing Director. She joined the firm originally as an articled clerk to the founder, Keith Beardsell and qualified as a solicitor in 1989. She became an equity partner in 1997, and upon the creation of Beardsells LLP in 2011, she became joint Managing Director. You can follow Wai Yi on Google+.

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