All surgery carries risks, the occurrence of which can be a known complication of the surgery but, if you feel that you have suffered complications which were not properly explained or, which represent negligence on the part of your surgeon, you may be able to make a claim for any extra pain and suffering as a result of the negligence.
This can include the perforation of the bowel during surgery and failure to repair it at the time or, operating on the left arm instead of the right to relieve Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
– Negligent surgery to remove JS’s pelvic tumour left him with a permanent ileostomy and abdominal fistula which proper treatment would’ve avoided.
– Mrs C underwent surgery to remove a spinal disc. Delay in diagnosing a bleed led to spinal nerve damage leaving her doubly incontinent and in a wheelchair.
– Despite ES being a high risk patient for developing a deep vein thrombosis prior to her arthroscopy procedure, the hospital failed to administer anticoagulation treatment resulting in her suffering a pulmonary embolism and a near death experience.
– Negligent orthopaedic surgery during RW’s ankle replacement lead to premature failure of his prosthesis and the need for ankle fixation leaving with him with a shortened leg and permanent limp.
Our Commitment to You
Our expert medical negligence lawyers are committed to client care. Led by Christine Sands, Jordans has a specialist compensation claims team with many years of experience in this area.
We can guarantee that your initial meeting will be with a specialist medical negligence lawyer which will take place at a local office in Wakefield, Dewsbury or Horsforth. Alternatively we can meet you at your home address to discuss.
To see how Jordans Solicitors can help you, call 0330 300 1103 or request a call-back.