Christopher Chapman, 34, was admitted to hospital after sustaining a cranium fracture in an assault.
He developed septic shock 5 days later and acute respiratory misery syndrome, which resulted in him needing surgical procedure to amputate each legs beneath the knee.
Christopher is talking out about how his life has modified “dramatically” since growing the situation.
Following the surgical procedure, Christopher instructed specialist attorneys at Irwin Mitchell to assist him entry the assist he requires to dwell his life as greatest he can.
Christopher, of Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, now needs to boost consciousness of the signs of sepsis and spoke of his dedication to take advantage of life as he continues together with his restoration.
He mentioned: “The final couple of years have been the worst of my life. To have each my legs faraway from beneath the knee was completely devastating and I’m nonetheless struggling to come back to phrases with how dramatically totally different my life is now.
“There are such a lot of issues I used to get pleasure from that I can not do in the identical manner now, however I’m decided to not let that cease me from residing life to the total, I simply have to adapt issues slightly.
“Whereas nothing will change what occurred, I’m so grateful for the assist I’ve had from my household. I would not have gotten by this with out them.
“I simply hope that by sharing my story, it might assist others to pay attention to the indicators of sepsis so they do not must going by the ache I’ve.”
Christopher was transferred to Addenbrooke Hospital on 19 August 2018, the place he was being handled for cranium and facial fractures.
He was intubated and given intravenous antibiotics, however 5 days later a CT scan was carried out and it was discovered that Christopher was affected by septic shock and acute respiratory misery syndrome.
Following the prognosis, Christopher started to show proof of early necrosis, which is described because the loss of life of physique tissue.
Each his toes and finger ideas have been affected.
On 26 September, he underwent surgical procedure for bilateral beneath knee amputations.
He was finally discharged from the intensive care unit on 12 October, and left hospital on 20 December.
Gurpreet Lalli, the authorized skilled at Irwin Mitchell representing Christopher, mentioned: “The previous two years have been extremely troublesome for Christopher, having to undergo the trauma of a double amputation.
“Whereas nothing will change what has occurred to him, we’ll proceed to assist Christopher and his family members nevertheless we will. He has proven such bravery and dedication all through his restoration, and it’s inspiring to see him dwell life as greatest he can regardless of the challenges he faces.”
Christopher mentioned he needs to make use of his expertise to warn others of the hazard of sepsis.
Indicators of sepsis embrace slurred speech, confusion, excessive shivering and muscle ache, passing no urine in a day, extreme breathlessness and mottled or discoloured pores and skin.
For extra info go to www.sepsistrust.org