Podiatry Malpractice Lawyer In Connecticut
Podiatric malpractice in Connecticut and New York
The foot and ankle are complex areas of the human anatomy. Diseases such as diabetes, gout, arthritis, and nerve and circulatory conditions may affect the foot. Proper treatment of a foot problem often requires the involvement of other medical specialties including neurologists, vascular surgeons, endocrinologists, orthopedists, and wound care specialists.
Compensation for podiatry malpractice cases
Our law firm has obtained substantial recoveries in a variety of podiatry malpractice cases including:
- Failure to timely diagnose and treat an infections including osteomyelitis
- Causing and/or failure to diagnose and treat nerve injuries
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
- Performing unnecessary surgery
- Failure to perform surgery properly
- Improper treatment of bone spurs and heel pain
- Negligence in treatment diabetic foot ulcers and skin problems
- Failure to provide adequate follow-up care
- Failure to timely refer the patient
Improper treatment of foot injuries and diseases
Improper treatment of even seemingly simple foot problems may have devastating and life-altering consequences. A simple foot wound or ulcer if not treated properly may not heal, may extend into the bone, become infected (a condition known as osteomyelitis), and require amputation of all or part of the foot or even a below the knee amputation.
Contact a podiatry malpractice lawyer in Connecticut and New York
If you have experienced negligence, misdiagnosis, or injury related to possible podiatry malpractice, contact our law firm for a free attorney consultation.