Treatment Monitoring Failure 2016-10-20T16:09:36+00:00

Failure to Monitor Treatment Accordingly

Even if a treatment or procedure is initially successful, failing to properly monitor the patient’s response or progress can be just as damaging as getting the treatment wrong in the first place

Similarly. if a hospital fails to adequately assess a patient’s reaction to a course of drugs or check for infections, the consequences can be very serious indeed.

If this has happened to you or a loved one, the care provider may liable to pay compensation for medical negligence in the same way as it would for a botched operation.

Expert Legal Advice Is Essential at an Early Stage.

However, it is important that the claim is evidenced and submitted in the correct way if a medical negligence claim is to be successful. Medical negligence time limits will apply and evidence will need to gathered in the right if a case is to proceed. Expert legal advice is essential at an early stage.

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Claim against the NHS

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

Complaints Procedure

There is a procedure to be followed when making a complaint. Check that your medical issues are grounds for negligence, and not a simple complaint procedure. Complaints about procedure dissatisfaction, or seeking an apology / admission for lack of care / treatment should go to PALS.

What is Clinical / Medical Negligence?

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. Read more here