Hospital Missed Fracture

If you have suffered a bone fracture that was missed or not at first diagnosed by a medical professional and subsequently led to the requirement for more complicated treatment, you may be in a position to make a hospital missed fracture claim.

A hospital missed fracture claim may also be available if the mistakes or non diagnosis made by the hospital or medical practitioner, has caused you or your loved one to have further pain and suffering.

A hospital missed fracture claim can occur in two ways.

The first type of claim you can make is if it was appropriate for an x-ray to have be carried out but the hospital failed to carry out an x-ray.

The other type of missed fracture claim is when an x-ray is carried out, but the x-ray is misread by the medical professional, so that the fracture was not seen or diagnosed.

If a fracture goes undiagnosed for a long period of time, it can mean it is much harder for a patient to fully recover from the break. Delays in fracture diagnosis can also lead to a patient suffering permanent deformities and lifelong complications that can affect an individual’s day-to-day life now and into the future.

Davies and Partners Solicitors has extensive experience of working with clients who have suffered from a range of hospital missed fractures. The process of making a claim for a Hospital missed fracture can seem daunting but here at Davies and Partners our medical negligence solicitors, who are members of Law Society and AvMA Panel, have the knowledge and understanding to guide you through the entire process of making a successful medical negligence claim.

If you believe you have a claim against a hospital for missing a diagnosis of a fracture then our team of specialist medical negligence solicitors can help you make a claim and seek the compensation you deserve. Please contact us for an initial no obligation discussion about your claim.

For further information about misdiagnosis or late diagnosis claims including missed fractures please visit our case study page

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