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Our experience means we are consistently in “The Legal 500 – the client’s guide to the UK legal profession” and the “Chambers UK - client guide to the legal profession”.

Orthopaedic surgery

Tens of thousands of joint replacement and other orthopaedic operations are carried out each year, more often than not significantly changing the patient’s quality of life. Sometimes however there can be avoidable complications which, in certain circumstances, result in a substantial deterioration in quality of life.

If you feel your surgery or treatment has gone wrong please do not hesitate to contact us for advice.

Related Case Studies


Knee Replacement

Mr R had knee replacement surgery. Shortly following the operation he suffered an infection which was treated with antibiotics. Due to a failure to follow him up, he developed a significant infection within the knee joint, which necessitated a number of operations. These were unable to eradicate the infection, so he was left with permanent symptoms of pain and reduced function. There is also the risk he may require an above amputation. His claim settled for £107,500.00.

Acting Solicitor: Sara Westwood

Shoulder surgery

Mr G had shoulder surgery. Due to a surgery mistake a nail used in the procedure penetrated the joint and there was a failure to act on this and remove the nail. It caused significant damage to the joint and the injury impacted on the client’s work and day to day activities. His claim was settled for £60,000.00.

I would just like to thank you for all your hard work and for helping me. I really do appreciate what you have done for me and it was a pleasure to meet and work with you. Client testimonial
Acting Solicitor: Sara Westwood

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