Have you suffered from a lost organ?
Sometimes, when someone suffers very serious injuries, surgeons are forced to remove an organ or perhaps even amputate part of their limb. Although these decisions aren’t taken lightly, sometimes this type of medical intervention is required in order to save a life or protect the person from suffering from pain.
If you’re involved in a collision, for example, you could suffer very serious internal injuries. When this occurs, doctors will often need to perform surgery in order to assess the true extent of the damage and repair it where possible. However, if the impact has been so bad that it is not repairable, doctors may be forced to remove an organ.
Whilst this is not ideal, many people can live full and healthy lives following this type of procedure. For example, if you lose your spleen, you can survive by taking a mixture of antibiotics to help perform the functions that your body is no longer able to do.
Similarly, if doctors were forced to remove a kidney, you could survive with just your remaining kidney or you could receive treatment to improve the function of your remaining organs. Following this type or treatment, you may even qualify for a transplant which could increase the quality fo your life following a serious injury or illness.
Can I make a claim with injury solicitors in Wellesbourne if I lost an organ because of someone or something else?
If someone or something else caused these injuries, it’s very likely that injury solicitors in Wellesbourne will be able to help you to make a compensation claim against them. As these injuries are considered to be serious and could have a long-lasting effect on your life, it’s possible that you could receive a significant amount of compensation if you make a successful claim with help from injury solicitors in Wellesbourne.Open Claim Calculator
As this type of injury can affect you for some time after it has occurred, it’s important to discuss your lifestyle with your injury solicitors in Wellesbourne or your personal injury law firm. If for example, you’re unable to work for months after your injuries have occurred, your injury solicitors in Wellesbourne may be able to request that your compensation is increased to reflect the loss of income you may endure.
Similarly, if you’ve suffered emotionally because of your injuries, your injury solicitors in Wellesbourne or lawyer may be able to have your compensation increased in order to reflect this. If you’d like to know more about making a claim with injury solicitors in Wellesbourne or they can help you, why not get in touch with us?
At Accident Advice Helpline we’ll be happy to help you to find out more about making a claim and we could even assist you with getting your claim started.
Just call Accident Advice Helpline on: 0800 689 0500 or: 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to help.