Duty of care and service
A certain level of care / service must be provided by the NHS when dealing with a patient. If the duty of care falls below a certain level and this can be proven then the hospital in question might be deemed as negligent and in this case you may very well be due compensation.
Examples where duty of care and service may have fallen below accepted standards might be anything from poorly trained staff, incorrectly trained staff, bad hygiene / unsanitary washing, bathroom or even dining areas. Sometimes even mis-reporting, administrative / clerical errors that lead to diagnosis delay / failure can bring about a compensation claim.
Hospital negligence solicitors
We have a huge amount of experience when handling medical negligence compensation claims and have been working with many clients over the years on a no win no fee basis. For a free and no obligation consultation call one of our hospital negligence claims lawyers today and get the compensation that you so rightly deserve.