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Other medical injuries

Over the course of treatment for any condition or illness, there is the potential for mistakes to be made by General Practitioners, Doctors, Consultants, Nurses, Midwives and Therapists, to name just a few.

For you to succeed in making a claim for damages for a medical procedure which has gone wrong or for the failure of medical professionals to provide you with treatment, there is quite a large burden of proof, but we can help.

In order for damages to be awarded, a victim must prove that the actions or negligence of a medical professional directly led to their injuries or condition. This can be difficult to demonstrate, especially in clients who have various medical issues, or in cases where a victim was ill for a lengthy period of time.

We have a proven track record in succeeding with claims for all kinds of injuries, and of recovering compensation for clients who have suffered due to the negligence of others.

If you want to talk to someone about any  type of clinical negligence claim, please call us now for a free consultation on 0113 245 8549 or complete our contact form, and one of our team will get back to you.

 

Examples of some of our other Clinical Negligence successful claims

Mastectomy Complications

J was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer.  She had to undergo a mastectomy and although the surgery went well she was administered a high dose of clexane as a result of which J started to bleed heavily and required a transfusion. She had a very...

Failure to Immunise Against Hepatitis B

Our client the son of a Hepatitis B sufferer fell into a high risk category and should have been immunised against the disease. A hospital he attended was aware that he may well contract this disease from his mother. Despite this knowledge there was a...

Death Following Failure to Diagnose an Adrenal Tumour

T was aged 35 at the date of her death. She lived with her three children.  T had a long history of headaches but despite such headaches no formal diagnosis was made.  T also suffered with hypertension and palpations. When she was admitted to...
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