Helping you seek compensation for misdiagnosis of fracture
‘Specialist and focused help for fracture misdiagnosis claims’
If you have a fracture that wasn’t diagnosed, or that was mismanaged or not treated correctly, it can have disastrous consequences for your health and day-to-day life. Thanks to our wide range of experience in fracture misdiagnosis claims, the chances are we will have dealt with a case exactly like yours.
Aiming to get the best possible result
A misdiagnosis of a fracture or incorrect treatment of a fracture can make everyday living extremely difficult. It could often affect your working life and the amount of money you’re able to earn. We can take positive action to establish what went wrong and get the best possible result as soon as possible.
- Helping you ascertain what happened
The first step is to establish what went wrong. The misdiagnosis of fracture may have occurred because it was difficult to detect, or it was sustained in an emergency. Our expert team can help focus on facts.
- Claiming for compensation
Whatever the nature and severity of your injury, our years of experience mean we have probably dealt with a similar case and know exactly what is involved. Our dedicated team of experts in fracture misdiagnosis claims can help you make a claim.
- Support focused on you
After a misdiagnosis of fracture, you’ll doubtless want to get back to your normal day-to-day life as soon as possible. Our experience in dealing with claims means we can offer tailored advice and support to help you get your life back on track.
“A premier Somerset firm with experience of a broad range of high-value matters, including catastrophic birth injury claims. Routinely engaged on cerebral palsy cases and spinal injury claims, and offers expertise in weight loss surgery and dental negligence matters. Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients): “Withy King were caring and understood us. They listened to our concerns and needs, and helped in whichever way they could.” “They are incredibly organised, easy to approach and they have a very supportive team who are incredibly sympathetic.” Notable practitioners: Head of department Simon Elliman (Band 1) oversees an array of complex claims, including cerebral palsy and spinal injury matters. In addition he acts on dental negligence cases. Sources say: “He is very able and he inspires confidence through calmness.” Market observers consider Paul Rumley (Band 1) “a very approachable lawyer with vast experience on high-value and complex cases.” He handles a range of matters including birth injury claims, fatal accidents and delay in diagnosis of cancer claims.” Chambers 2017 Somerset
“Highly commended firm with an excellent reputation across a broad spectrum of clinical negligence matters. Routinely acts on catastrophic cases including brain and spinal injury claims. Also noted for its handling of matters arising from amputation, delayed diagnosis and weight loss surgery. Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients): “They’ve been amazing. They spoke to me on a level I understood. They are very understanding and compassionate and they advised me well the whole way through.” Notable practitioners: Head of department Richard Coleman (Band 1) offers vast experience of complex claims involving cerebral palsy, spinal injury and bariatric surgery, among other matters. “He is very good at negotiating settlements in difficult cases” and “doesn’t lose sight of the human aspect of it all,” assert sources.” Chambers 2017 Oxford and surrounds
“Royds Withy King is a ‘leading firm’ for catastrophic birth injury cases. Key figures include practice head Simon Elliman, who handles dental negligence, cerebral palsy and spinal injury claims; ‘first-rate solicitor’ Paul Rumley; and Kerstin Kubiak, who stands out for her ‘exceptional analysis’.” Legal 500 2016 South West
“The ‘knowledgeable, dependable and competent’ team at Royds Withy King is led by ‘astute strategist’ Richard Coleman and includes Tracy Norris-Evans, who is ‘extremely knowledgeable and committed to her clients’.” Legal 500 2016 South East