broken arm

#1 2009-05-20 14:43:02
mandybabe

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broken arm

Hi hope someone can help me with this question I?ve got? In Oct 2007 my daughter who was 11 at the time was at school she was knocked over by this lad who they said fell into her. Unfortunately she broke her arm quite a bad break. When we got her to the hospital and they did an x-ray the doctor said that she would need an operation owing to the fact it was such a bad break. They kept her in over night which you can imagine upset her greatly. The following morning another doctor came looked at her x-ray and decided that they would not operate after all put her plaster on and sent her home.
When the plaster was removed her arm was bent and she as limited movement in her wrist when we went back to the hospital for a check up the doctor who decided not to operate in the first  place referred us to the orthopaedic hospital in Birmingham. The doctor we saw there said that she may suffer with it when she gets older and they may have to operate then which in my opinion is disgusting if they had carried out that operation in the first place things would have been ok. Now she?s got to go though life with a bent arm and that?s not what a young girl wants. Would anyone know if we could claim for this and if so how do we go about it I know it?s been nearly two years but each time I look at her arm I get so mad.
         Thanks.

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#2 2016-07-08 21:52:36
Celina

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At last! Someone with real exteiprse gives us the answer. Thanks!

#3 2016-07-09 11:40:51
Jeslyn

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Frankly I think that's ablosutely good stuff.

#4 2016-09-19 06:30:56
diva

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That's really a very good idea.

#5 2016-10-04 08:01:36
Harry wilson

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Nice idea.

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