Orthopaedic Injury Compensation

At some stage in your life, there is a likelihood that you may break a bone, whether it be a minor fracture from a fall, or a more serious injury sustained from a workplace incident or road traffic accident.

An orthopaedic injury can be long-lasting, affecting the joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, bones and nerves.

We are here to help you

Should you or a loved one experience a broken bone, you should expect to be treated within a hospital to ensure your procedure and recovery is as quick and problem-free as possible.

In most cases, this is exactly what happens. However, if something does go wrong, we can provide legal advice and financial compensation to help you carry on with your life.

Orthopaedic compensation claims can arise from:

  • the misdiagnosis of fractures
  • failure to x-ray upon initial attendance at A&E
  • failure to properly treat the fracture once detected such as placing the injury in plaster when surgery should be performed
  • surgery being incorrectly performed

Orthopaedic injuries can also occur following surgery such as:

  • hip replacement or hip resurfacing
  • hand, arm or shoulder surgery
  • leg, ankle or foot surgery
  • knee replacement or knee surgery
  • spinal surgery

Client’s story

How to make a claim

If you feel your orthopaedic injury has been inappropriately treated or caused subsequent to surgery, we can provide the expert advice you need to proceed.

Our knowledge of medical cases will ensure your claim for compensation is handled efficiently, putting you and your loved ones at the heart of our work.

We will guide and support you throughout your claim process and answer any questions you have without the use of complicated medical jargon.

Simply call us on
01482 778 463 for free advice


No win no fee

  • personal insurance cover so there’s no financial risk to you in pursuing a claim
  • whatever the outcome of your case, you won’t have to pay a penny (provided that you fully assist us with your claim) other than an agreed percentage of your damages