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Suing the NHS. Can you claim for Negligence?
Helping people affected by NHS Negligence.
NHS negligence often involves medical errors which lead to patient injury or death. These incidents involve health care providers performing acts or making omissions that deviate from the medical community’s standards of practice. While health care workers focus on providing the best care possible, mistakes are often made. Whilst suing the nhs might seem drastic, you deserve compensation if you have been left with serious complications from negligent incidents.
These malpractice cases revolve around four components, and each must be proven by the plaintiff. The first is the duty element. This is inherent whenever a hospital or health care provider engages in the care and treatment of patients. This duty must have been breached. That means the health care provider did not provide the expected level of care.
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Can you make a claim?
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Common Questions You Might Have About Your Compensation Claim
Check that your medical issues are grounds for negligence, and not a simple complaint procedure. You might very well have a claim if duty of care has been beached leaving you with injury, pain or loss.
We are specialist Medical Negligence Solicitors with years of experience dealing with clinical negligence, personal injury cases and hospital negligence. We help you through the claim process from initial advice right through to legal proceedings to get the compensation you deserve.
If you have suffered from physical or even psychological harm from substandard treatment by the NHS it is possible you can claim against the NHS for medical negligence compensation. Call our claims helpline for free advice on 020 3510 0205
Negligence or malpractice can occur in a wide range of situations, including botched operations, the failure to diagnose a condition or disease, inappropriate treatment or the failure to properly monitor a patient during or after treatment. All can have devastating effects on the patient and his or her family.