Injuries and issues with bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and nerves are among some of the most common, and routinely treated, medical complaints in the UK.
If you have suffered medical negligence due to misdiagnosed fractures, or as a result of orthopaedic surgery, we understand that the impact can have a long term and devastating effect on your life. You may be unable to work, have impaired mobility or be unable to enjoy simple activities as you used to.
Our specialist team of clinical negligence solicitors are experienced in handling such orthopaedic negligence claims. We’ll take the time to listen and fully understand what happened to you, and only consult recognised experts in the field of orthopaedics to ensure we achieve the best possible outcome.
Our team have successfully pursued orthopaedic claims including:
Knee, foot, ankle, hand, leg and upper limb;
Failure to diagnose or treat fractures, which results in further damage;
The incorrect treatment of fractures, resulting in the necessity of further surgery;
Joint replacement operations where the wrong component is used or not fitted correctly; and
If you have suffered due to orthopaedic negligence in any of the above areas but are unsure as to whether you can make a claim, the first step it to contact us for a free consultation. Our focus is to provide the right advice and support from the very start and at every step of the claims process.
Why choose Longden, Walker & Renney?
No win no fee agreement to minimise financial risk
Expert support and guidance on your orthopaedic negligence claim is offered through every step of your case
We ensure the legal process is as straightforward as possible
We successfully obtained £200,000 damages in an out of court settlement after Clara suffered nerve injury due to a surgical error. Read more about Clara’s claim.
What our client’s say
“I will thoroughly recommend your Company to anyone I come across (both privately and professionally) who might need expert legal assistance as your "can do" attitude in difficult situations really is exemplary.” Mr Allan,
“Words cannot express my sincere thanks to Peter for his dedication and understanding throughout case and for explaining everything in laymen’s terms to us which was greatly appreciated. Once again thank you so much.” Mr Brantingham