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Clinical Negligence: Types of claim
Clinical negligence can seem daunting because it is a highly complex and specialist area of law. We have medical understanding as well as legal knowledge, and the ability to empathise with people who have been injured by negligent treatment.
This is a specialist area of law, specialist solicitors like ours are much more likely to make an accurate assessment of the chances of success in claiming compensation for clinical negligence and to get the best result for our clients.
Our Clinical Negligence team has experience and expertise in all types of medical negligence claims - in particular, claims against NHS hospitals, private hospitals, GPs, dentists, physiotherapists, osteopaths and most other healthcare professionals.
We deal with all types of clinical negligence claims including cerebral palsy cases, fatal accidents and dental. Our clinical negligence team includes members of clinical negligence panels, with both the Law Society and Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA). The team includes solicitors who are dual-qualified as doctors and midwives, as well as lawyers.
Clinical Negligence claim include:
- Arterial damage
- Birth injury
- Brain injury
- Bladder and urogenital system injuries
- Bowel injury
- Cauda equina syndrome
- Cerebal palsy syndrome
- Compartment syndrome
- Court of protection
- Death and fatal accidents
- Delay in diagnosis for appendicitis
- Delayed cancer diagnosis
- Dental negligence
- Eye surgery
- Gall bladder surgery
- Incorrect interpretation of X-rays and scans
- Infections including MRSA
- Joint replacements
- Missed broken bones, delay and other issues with orthopaedic surgery
- Needlestick injuries
- Nerve damage
- NHS complaints
- Personal injury trusts
- Plastic or cosmetic surgery
- Poor nursing care
- Prescription errors
- Product liability
- Professional negligence
- Pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis
- Spinal cord injury
- Surgical items left in patients following operations....
- Testicular tortion
- Undiagnosed, misdiagnosed or misdiagnosis of benign tumours
- Wrongful birth and conception
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