Monday, 27 February 2012

£30,000 compensation claim for HIP replacement hospital error

In excess of £30,000 recovered for a hip replacement which was carried out negligently when a globule of cement was dropped into the hip causing a thermal burn to the femoral nerve and required remedial surgery  After an initial period of disability the Claimant had made a reasonably good recovery but needed care and assistance from his partner in the early days. 

For further details on this or indeed any other clinical negligence claims contact:


Simon Bransby at simonbransby@m-j-p.co.uk or call 01603 877064

2 comments:

Jim said...

We covered this story too. I couldn't help but feel it was a disproportionally small amount of compensation for this type of medical negligence.

I know your firm have a good reputation for clinical negligence claims. I suspect you might have secured more!

daisyrogers830 said...

I have heard of this story too. And I don't think that amount suffice what has happened to the claimant. I think this type of medical negligence should be given that much of an attention and compensation.