One in every 1000 babies born develop Hip Dysplasia and it can be a result of an injury suffered during an awkward birth, such as a breech birth. It can cause mobility issues in sufferers and often affects people long into adulthood.
If you, or your child, have suffered as a result of hip dysplasia, you may be eligible to make a compensation claim. Call the experienced lawyers at YouClaim for a no obligation chat about your legal options on 0800 10 757 95, or complete an online claim form and we will get back to you.
Although referred to as a congenital condition it is much more accurate to describe it as developmental as it is not always present at birth, yet may cause serious complications in a few years’ time.
Doctors, nurses and midwives should regularly check an infant's hip movement, even if the initial post-natal check seems normal. Hip movement should also be checked throughout the continuing health supervision, up until a child is walking. The later a case of hip dysplasia is recognised the more complicated it is to remedy.
If health professionals failed to check for, or notice, hip dysplasia and you, or your child, is suffering as a result you might be entitled to compensation.
If you believe a case of hip dyplasia was the direct result of negligence, a lack of medical attention or inadequate care you should speak to YouClaim today. With years of experience in handling birth injury and clinical negligence claims, you can guarantee you’re in the best hands to make a successful claim for compensation.
Call us today on 0800 10 757 95 or fill out an enquiry form and we will be in touch to discuss your case in greater detail.
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