Medical misdiagnosis – Imperium Law has successfully won NHS compensation for a man left for over five months with a broken foot.
Thanks to our solicitors, Mr B from Stockport has received a £4,000 payout after doctors failed to spot his injury on x-rays.
Mr B a 47 year old Stockport resident, was recently awarded a compensation payout because doctors failed to spot that he had suffered a broken foot after a fall at home.
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He was taken to hospital after the fall where he was diagnosed with a soft tissue injury. An x-ray was taken of his foot, however doctors failed to spot the fact that he had broken a bone.
If you have suffered medical negligence you can make a claim.
Mr B was sent home, but still in pain several days later returned to the hospital. Over the course of the next few months he returned on several occasions for treatment including further x-rays and scans.
However despite ongoing medical care, doctors continued to fail to spot his broken bone. It took five months from the date of his fall to be correctly diagnosed and treated for the injury.
Mr B was understandably unhappy with the treatment he had received from Stockport NHS, and so contacted us to make a claim on his behalf.
We were able to show that doctors had been negligent their treatment of his injury, and we successfully won a £4,000 payout to compensate him for his pain and suffering.
We are here to act on your behalf so that you receive the compensation you deserve.
If you have been medically misdiagnosed call 0800 633 5730 to discuss making a claim.
If you have been injured or misdiagnosed by a healthcare professional, you should seek legal advice to find out if you can make a claim.
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