Amputations from Road Traffic Accidents

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Road traffic accidents are one of the most common causes of accidents that can result in amputations. There were 27,465 amputations made in England between 2015 and 2018 related to medical problems and personal injury.

Here at Solicitors On Your Side Scotland, we agree that being involved in a road traffic accident is a remarkably traumatic experience for the individual and their family – therefore we will do everything we can so you can get the compensation you deserve.

Road traffic accidents can cause serious injuries to anyone involved, leading to loss of limbs to drivers, passengers, or pedestrians. The causes can seriously vary; however, the most common causes include:

  • A fault of the driver
  • A defect of the car
  • Hazardous road conditions
  • Dangerous weather conditions

Road traffic accidents can lead to injuries that can result in amputations. They can be instant or can happen due to an injury. We advise that amputations can be extraordinarily traumatising and life-changing experiences; therefore, we will ensure you get the compensation you deserve.

The main causes of amputations from road traffic accidents

The main causes of amputations from road traffic accidents include:

  • Trauma: Many amputations occur because of trauma, such as a motor vehicle, motorcycle, and cyclist accidents. A limb may be crushed beyond repair to a point to which it cannot be repaired.
  • Vascular disease: These include problems with the veins, arteries, and capillaries, which carry blood from the heart to various body parts. If the vascular system does not work correctly due to trauma or an accident, it can cause decreased blood flow to a limb and result in amputations.
  • Infections: If an infection becomes severe, it can lead to dead tissue, which may mean an amputation is necessary.

No matter the cause of the accident, our solicitors will do everything in their power to ensure that you get the highest possible compensation for the damages that you may have faced.

How can we help

We advise that if you have been involved in a road traffic accident resulting in serious injuries such as amputations, to contact one of our experienced solicitors at Solicitors On Your Side Scotland to come out with the highest possible compensation for your case. Amputations can be life-changing; funding may be necessary to pay for any life alterations to make your recovery as easy as possible.

You may also require a medical expert to examine your case, or you may need to provide medical records for this specific type of claim. Obtaining medical records isn’t easy, however, our solicitors have extensive experience in this, and will help you obtain your medical records, and ensure you get the highest possible compensation for your injuries.

We advise that damage faced from a road traffic accident isn’t always physical, it can also include mental trauma and loss of finances, our solicitors will ensure you get the highest possible compensation for the damages that you have faced.

Contact us now!

We know the process thoroughly and can offer free consultations to see how much compensation you may get for your case. We will ensure that you come out with the best possible outcome for your injury case. Our mission is to guarantee a positive experience and reasonable compensation for the damage you have faced.

Contact us now. On Your Side, Scotland can offer you free advice and consultations. We can help you on a no-win-no-fee basis. That means there will be no hidden fees.

Contact us today by phoning 0141 648 4428, emailing [email protected], or by using our website by filling out an online form.

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