Have you had a fracture or orthopaedic problem which just hasn’t been properly dealt with?
If you are unhappy with the treatment you have received from the hospital or GP please contact one of our advisers to discuss your fracture and orthopaedic claims with you.
It is important you seek advice as soon as possible as legal action must be taken within three years (in rear cases you can exceed this) of the date you first knew, or could reasonably have been expected to know, that you have suffered an injury caused by someone else’s fault. If the case involved a child, the three years begins to run from their 18th birthday. Whilst the Court has discretion to allow cases to go ahead out of time, this is rarely exercised. You should always seek legal advice as soon as possible there, particularly as there is a vast amount of work to be done before bringing a claim for medical negligence.
Our experience with Fracture and Orthopaedic Claims
Here are some examples of fracture and orthopaedic claims that we have dealt with in the past for our clients:-
- Failure to diagnose
- Failure to X-ray / scan
- Incorrect surgery / treatment
- Failure to operate / treat
We can help
Our specialist team of advisors would be more than happy to talk to you about your treatment and advise whether we should meet for a free consultation so we can properly advise you on your options. Please call us on 01522 561020; or call into one of our offices in Boston, Lincoln, Sleaford, Grantham, Spalding and Newark.