Compensation forMedical Negligence Injuries
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Have you been affected by medical negligence? This could be malpractice, improper treatment or omission of care. Whether you, a member of your family or someone you care about has suffered at the hands of any health care professional, you could be entitled to compensation. If you are thinking about making a claim, why not consult our list of Frequently asked questions.
If a member of your family has suffered a brain injury you will be aware of the devastation this can cause.
If you or a member of your family has suffered a spinal injury, the results can be devastating and life changing.
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In order to pursue a successful claim, you have to show that the doctor or pharmacist involved has been negligent and th...
In order to ascertain how a claim may arise, it is necessary to show whether the clinician involved fell short of the ex...
In order to pursue a claim for medical negligence you have to be able to show that the surgeon involved did not perform ...
When a nursing or care home or day centre or one of its employees is negligent and a resident gets hurt or sick as a res...
If a member of your family suffers from Erbs palsy and it was caused during birth by negligent mismanagement of the atte...
Can I claim?
Every day, somebody in the UK is injured through no fault of their own and they are left wondering what they can do next.
There is never a good time to suffer an injury or illness that was caused by somebody else’s negligence, but time is a crucially important factor to consider when making a claim for compensation.
No Win No Fee
Despite providing a generally good standard of care in comparison to many other nations, the NHS is often subject to claims for compensation after patients have suffered injury or illness through the negligence of healthcare professionals.
When mistakes are made in the context of a medical environment by a doctor or other clinician, the knowledge that the injury might have been avoidable had proper care been taken can be hard to bear.