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Physiotherapy Compensation Claims
If you have suffered negligence by a physiotherapist that has resulted in the worsening of an injury or an existing condition, JMW Solicitors can help you to make a physiotherapy compensation claim.
Our expert team has the experience and knowledge required to help you to achieve the best possible outcome. We understand the difference that compensation can make in helping you move on with your life following an injury. This is why we are committed to providing clear and compassionate legal guidance at every stage of the claims process to ensure you get the maximum amount of compensation you deserve. We also offer legal representation on a no win, no fee basis.
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How JMW Can Help
Our clinical negligence team is highly experienced in claiming compensation on behalf of individuals who have suffered from physiotherapy negligence. We will provide the guidance you require to ensure you are best placed to make a successful claim and help you to receive the maximum possible amount of compensation.
We have a great deal of experience in handling cases involving practitioners who:
- Failed to refer a patient to hospital when they had symptoms of a serious injury requiring urgent treatment
- Used an inappropriate type of therapy for the patient’s needs
- Inadequately assessed a patient’s condition before starting the treatment
Our medical negligence team is headed by leading solicitor Eddie Jones, who is highly regarded. We take a proactive and direct approach to help you to secure the answers and compensation that your require.
The clinical negligence team includes members of the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) solicitor panel and the Law Society’s specialist panel for clinical negligence solicitors, underlining their industry-leading credentials.
What conditions are physiotherapy used for?
Physiotherapy can be used to treat a broad spectrum of conditions. Some of the most common that can benefit from this type of treatment are:
- Cardiopulmonary conditions - such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis and post-myocardial infarction
- Hand therapy for conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger
- Musculoskeletal problems - such as back pain, spinal injury, rotator cuff tears and temporomandibular joint disorders
- Neurological conditions - such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, vestibular dysfunction and traumatic brain injuries
- Paediatric conditions such as developmental delays, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy
- Sports injuries
- Women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction
If something goes wrong during physiotherapy and a mistake is made in your treatment, the results can be devastating. It is important to seek legal assistance in the event that this occurs.