Orthopedic injuries include broken feet, fractured bones, ligament tears, joint replacements, and spinal deformities. In fact, one of the most significant consequences of an orthopedic injury is the loss of mobility. So, a person who has gotten an injury due to someone else’s negligence can claim damages. Consequently, if you suffer an injury, you may receive compensation for your pain and suffering as well as your losses. Hamilton Douglas Legal specializes in personal injury claims. Our firm helps victims receive an appropriate amount of orthopedic injury compensation and justice. You can count on us.
What are the causes of orthopedic injuries?
The following causes may induce an orthopaedic injury:
- Bone damage causes fractures, amputations, and spinal damage.
- Overloading or lifting heavy objects without help causes muscle, ligament, as well as tendon damage.
- Overuse or stress injuries result from repetitive work.
- Medical negligence can also cause such injuries. For example, misreading X-rays or misdiagnosing, post-operative infection, malfunctioning equipment, or surgical carelessness.
What are the common types of orthopedic injury compensation claims?
Our accident claims solicitors can help you claim for orthopedic injuries, which include:
- Ankle strains and sprains
- Wrist injuries
- Fractured bones
- Bone amputations
- Muscle, tendon, and ligament injuries
- Dislocation of the joint
Meanwhile, these injuries can be severe and have lasting effects. They might temporarily or permanently impede movement.
Can you claim medical negligence for an orthopedic injury?
YES! It is simple to make a claim for orthopedic injury compensation. Whether you were injured by an NHS or private healthcare professional, you can contact us anytime!
We have the best solicitors for you, who will review your claim and at the same time explain your legal choices. They’ll offer free legal advice on how to proceed with your claim. Our RTA solicitors and injury claim specialists will also value your injury claim and calculate your compensation
How much orthopedic injury compensation can I get?
While every orthopedic injury compensation claim is different, the amount of compensation given relies on long-term prognosis and care costs. However, generally, the compensation can help pay for:
- Recovery and treatment
- home modifications
- earnings loss
- Pain and suffering
- travel expenses.
In addition, we’ll advise you to use our online tools to determine your legal position. For instance,
- Ankle injury compensation calculator.
- Wrist injury compensation calculator
- Loss of earnings calculator
Let us help you through a No-Win No-Fee claim.
In the legal world, it is common knowledge that if you don’t win, you don’t pay. It’s possible to wonder what that means? It is a conditional fee agreement. As a result, the solicitor’s fee is based on the outcome of the claim.
Our team of best solicitors in Scotland will not charge you for their services as your claim is processed. Thus, they will subtract their fee and pay you the rest when they win your case.
Hence, you can be confident that our organization will provide you with the best assistance possible. So, if you’d like to proceed right away, give us a call or fill our online form.Read More