Our clinical negligence solicitors understand how painful and distressing a missed broken bone or fracture can be.
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You may have been injured in a slip, trip, fall or any other type of accident and suffered an orthopaedic injury, in some cases without even knowing it at first. When you are examined by a medical professional after an accident, it is an Orthopaedic surgeon that will assess fractures and injuries to bones as well as joints and ligaments. If your surgeon or doctor misses any fractures or injuries, the consequences can be severe.
A surgeon may miss fractures or injuries because they have failed to carry out the appropriate examinations or have missed seeing them on X-rays. This could be due to neglect, an accident or inexperience on the doctor's part. In any case, if you are injured as a result of negligence, you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries.
Forbes Solicitors understand how painful and distressing an orthopaedic injury can be, furthermore, failure to diagnose a problem early on can lead to complications and further injury.
It's vital that you seek legal help from Forbes Solicitors as soon as possible if you wish to claim compensation for your injuries.
Some of the most common issues our expert solicitors deal with at Forbes involve the following:
These are just a few examples of the types of issues Forbes deal with, but as breaks or fractures can be complex, even if you do not see your issue on this list but you feel you have suffered due to clinical negligence, contact us today.
It's vital you contact us as soon as possible as most clinical negligence claims; including orthopaedic negligence claims have a 3 year time limit from date of incident.
We can help you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries and have a proven track record in claiming compensation for clients who have suffered due to orthopaedic negligence.
Forbes Solicitors are one of the legal profession's industry leaders in the UK, due to our commitment to client care and focus on the best interests of all of our clients.
All it takes to start your orthopaedic negligence claim is a phone call or email, where one of our expert solicitors will speak to you about your injuries and decide as to whether you have a viable claim. There is no obligation to proceed and all calls are confidential.