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Orthopaedic Injury Claims & Amputation Claims


If you have suffered a serious orthopaedic injury or an amputation because of a medical accident or a preventable medical error, you may be thinking about making an orthopaedic injury claim.

At BTTJ, our highly experienced medical negligence lawyers are able to pursue financial compensation for clients who have sustained a serious injury caused by medical negligence in the diagnosis and treatment of orthopaedic injuries in cases such as:

  • Failed knee and hip replacement surgeries
  • Failure to diagnose and treat broken bones
  • Failure to diagnose and treat infections that can lead to amputation
  • Nerve damage
  • Damage to circulation
  • Failure to order or properly read X-rays or diagnostic scans
  • Surgical errors
  • Post-operative errors

We represent clients who have suffered fractures, broken bones, torn tendons or ligaments, and other injuries to the bones and surrounding tissue. We also act for clients who have injuries to all parts of the body, including the head, neck, shoulders, arms, wrists, hands, ribs, pelvis, hips, legs, knees, ankles and feet.

If you have been caused harm because of an unnecessary delay in diagnosis or if something has gone wrong with a procedure and want to know more about making an orthopaedic negligence claim, please give us a call.

Medical negligence claims can be highly complex and at BTTJ our team of specialists have the knowledge, experience and compassion required to assess your specific case and advise you of your options. We’ll be able to tell you if you  have a medical negligence claim and if a medical professional or health care provider made mistakes that caused your amputation or orthopaedic injury, we will pursue fair and full compensation for your losses.

Please get in touch to find out how our medical negligence claim solicitors can help.  All information and advice is treated totally confidentially and with the utmost sensitivity.

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