Leading Medical Negligence Firm in Dunstable
A medical professional is meant to treat a patient, not cause further harm. If you or a loved one have suffered harm due to a medical mistake or oversight, we are here to carefully assist you if you want to make a claim. We are a specialist medical negligence law firm, and our work is to assist individuals who have been affected by a medical procedure or professional. All medical professionals, private or NHS medical have a duty to treat their patients. If they fail to so, it is your right to make a claim against them.
Our experienced team of medical negligence solicitors work on your behalf to provide you with the answers you seek, and to get compensation for harm that could and should have been prevented.
Our Medical Negligence Services
Clinical Negligence is not limited to one specific of medical treatment or by the seriousness of damage from medical negligence. We are here to support you regardless of whether the outcome was life-changing or even if you recovered in a few weeks.
Our services in Medical Negligence claims include:
- Obstetrics Claims
- A&E Claims
- Gallbladder Claims
- Gastrointestinal Medicine Claims
- Gynaecology Claims
- Sepsis Claims
Making A Claim
If you are looking on making a claim on behalf of yourself or your family Legal Solutions Partnership provides a personal sensitive approach to assist you through this difficult time. Our aim is to help you seek justice and compensate you for the damage caused. There are time limits for making a medical negligence claim, so if you think you may have a case please do not delay the starting process.
If you would like to find out more about our services and discuss your claim with us, please call our firm on 01582 417208 or fill out the contact form below.
Medical Negligence FAQs
Medical negligence is when medical professionals make a mistake or fail in their duty of care to a patient, which results in an injury or makes an existing condition even worse. There are various ways medical negligence can occur for example misdiagnosis, surgical mistakes, incorrect treatment, and incorrect aftercare.
Even if you signed a consent form (for example, a surgical procedure) you could still claim medical negligence. Patients place their complete trust in to the expert performing the medical service and therefore do not to consent to negligent service.
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