What is orthopaedic surgery?
Orthopaedic surgery includes surgery to bones, joints, ligaments and tendons. Delays in diagnosis of a fracture, a missed fracture, delays in treatment, a broken wrist or an operation performed negligently can result in further injury which may require further surgery. An increase in recovery time and prolonged pain can lead to a less successful or incomplete recovery.
Types of Orthopaedic Claims
The Specter Partnership are experienced in dealing with all types of orthopaedic injury claims as a result of surgical errors and negligence leading to further surgery and injuries, from missed fracture claims to broken wrist claims, and in particular claims arising from:
- Delay in diagnosis of fractures, damaged tendons
- Missed fracture claims
- Delay in performing surgery or procedure once diagnosis is made
- Bone infections
- Broken wrist compensation
- Elbow fracture compensation
- Incorrect or wrong sized placement of pins or screws
- Failure to reduce fractures correctly
- Wrong limb amputations
How can we help?
If you have suffered as a result of negligent orthopaedic treatment and want to seek for compensation for a missed fracture claim (i.e. broken wrist or elbow) or any type of orthopaedic injury, we can help get you recompensed for any injuries sustained, and for any long term care and out of pocket expenses incurred.
Our experienced team will guide you through the complex legal process, ensuring that you receive the best possible outcome to your compensation claim.
We offer a no charge confidential consultation, following which we will assess your claim.