DO YOU FEEL YOU HAVE BEEN SUBJECT TO NEGLIGENCE BY YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER OR DENTIST? IF THE ANSWER IS YES READ ON.
Have you been the victim of a missed Fracture?
Did you know the most commonly missed fractures relate to the Scaphoid(hand), Elbow(radial head) and the Calcaneus (foot).
This fracture is primarily due to a fall (classically on an outstretched hand) or post trauma. Classically associated with the anatomical "snuff box" tenderness.
The radial head is the most difficult fracture to identify on an x-ray.
CALCANEAL - FOOT FRACTURE
This type of fracture normally occurs where there is a fall from a height. The most common mechanism is one that you would experience when involved in a Road Traffic Accident.
Clearly there are risks associated with all surgery and Dental procedures. From Cataract surgery to a bypass operation, from an open procedure to keyhole surgery. Perhaps you have suffered from a dental misdiagnosis or delay in treatment.
Whatever your concern Ford Solicitors are here to help. We get straight to the point. We manage expectations right from the start. We don't tell you what you want to hear or place blame until we have the evidence to hand to support your allegation of negligence. We tell it how it is which means ultimately you can begin to come to terms with reality right from the start. If you feel you have a potential clinical negligence claim speak to the experts and let us do the hard work.
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If you have been involved in a Road
Traffic Accident within the last 3 years which was not your fault please call
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you make a claim for compensation
and any associated losses.
S OME POINTS TO NOTE DOWN AT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT.
- Collect as much information – photographs and notes – as you can while at the scene.
- Note the date, time, location,
- weather conditions, traffic conditions, any relevant road markings/signs/signals etc
- Take details of the vehicle involved including the make, model, registration number, colour, condition, estimated speed, direction, use of lights or indicators, number of passengers.
- Take down contact details of those involved including any witnesses.
- Note down damage to the vehicles involved and any injuries.