Orthopedic Injuries

We place a lot of trust in medical professionals and often don’t question their procedures. However, if a patient does not give informed consent to a medical procedure, the medical professional may be liable if the procedure results in any injury or harm.

You may have an orthopaedic injuries medical negligence claim for substandard treatment which has had a bad impact on your recovery.

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Examples of orthopaedic medical negligence claims include:

  • Delay in diagnosis of fracture
  • Problems arising during hip, knee or elbow replacement
  • Wrong site surgery
  • Lack of consent to surgery
  • Post-operative infection
  • Delay in diagnosis of congenital hip dysplasia/developmental hip dysplasia
  • Equipment malfunction
  • Nerve damage
  • Incorrect size of prosthesis
  • Poor operative technique
  • Failure to treat or misinterpretation of results

Youngs Law are experienced in making claims for clients who have suffered from delays in orthopaedic treatment and other claims involving orthopaedic medical negligence. We take care to understand all aspects of your claim, including consideration to costs for future corrective surgery or home adaptations that may be needed as a result of your injury.

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For further information and confidential advice from our team of specialist solicitors, please contact a member of our team or call us on

033 33 582 583

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