A Helping Hand For Medical Negligence Claims
What is Medical Negligence?
Medical (or clinical) Negligence is when medical professionals either make mistakes or otherwise fail in their duty of caring for you, thus leading to injury or worsening of a pre-existing medical condition.
There are various ways in which Medical Negligence can transpire, such as:
- Surgical errors
- Wrong treatment
Vast Experience Of Medical Negligence Claims
Have you suffered injury due to Medical Negligence within the last 3 years?
We have over 50 years’ experience finding the best solutions for our clients.
If you have suffered injury due to Medical Negligence, then Tinsdills Solicitors are here to help you.
We have expertise in Medical & Clinical Negligence claims, and have a dedicated team of professionals helping people to move forward with their lives after significant injuries of all kinds.
Thanks to this, we are able to take the time needed to fully understand your own experience and situation, ultimately helping to get the compensation you deserve.
How Do I Make A Medical Negligence Claim?
Depending upon the circumstances specific to each claim, the steps to making a medical negligence claim may be taken in a different order to that which is outlined.
Firstly, we will advise that a formal complaint is issued in writing to the other party and ensure any response is reviewed. We will request medical records and medical evidence, obtained from appropriate independent experts, which details any breach of duty, causation and your present condition and prognosis to progress your claim. Gathering medical evidence may require an examination by the expert(s) in order to prepare their report.
We will draft a letter which notifies the hospital or clinician why we believe that they are at fault, and the response(s) to this will be considered prior to the next step. We will then identify the issues between you and the opposing party on breach of duty and causation.
Working with you, we will consider the value of your claim – reviewing the expert evidence on breach of duty and causation.
The final stages of a medical negligence claim involve assessing the value of your claim before entering negotiations with a view to settlement. If this is not possible, due to issues with breach of duty and/or causation or there is insufficient time before the limitation period expires, court proceedings will be issued.
Make A Claim For Medical Negligence Now
One of the reasons we help people to pursue claims of Medical Negligence is to stop other people suffering from the same issues. If a trust or health body has to pay out due to Medical Negligence, they are likely to take much more care in the future as a result.
Similarly, raising the overall awareness of this issue should hopefully decrease the likelihood of brain injury through negligence across the entire healthcare industry.
If you have suffered a loss of earnings, capacity or your way of day-to-day living as a result of Clinical Negligence, you are entitled to claim for compensation. Through our expert team, who are vastly experienced in claims relating to negligence and brain injury, we can get you the financial compensation you’re looking for.
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Contact Us To Discuss Your Medical Negligence Claim
Call us on 01782 652363 for an initial consultation.
We have years of experience in handling Medical Negligence cases of all types, including but not limited to; Brain Injury, Fractures, Spinal, and Misdiagnosis.
If you have suffered from these or other serious conditions due to the negligence of medical professionals, give us a call today. The journey to getting what you deserve starts right here.
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