If you feel you have suffered as a result of a badly performed surgical procedure, and are thinking, ‘Can I claim for failed surgery?’ be assured that in the overwhelming majority of cases, you most definitely can.
In order to establish your entitlement to make a claim, simply give us a ring here at Accident Advice Helpline. We specialise in taking on cases where members of the public have suffered through no fault of their own, and now deserve financial recompense for their inconvenience and pain.
We do recognise that in the aftermath of a bad experience, you may not feel up to reliving every aspect of what happened. This is why we have a number of options that enable you to avoid lengthy phone conversations and filling in pages of forms. So, if you would rather get a swift response with a minimum of fuss, try out Accident Advice Helpline’s medical claims calculator.
It takes a few minutes, during which one of our capable team will ask you some easy questions. At the end of the process we will be able to give you a more accurate assessment of your eligibility for compensation.
If you are suffering from ill health as a result of medical negligence or disorganisation, your finances may be hard hit. Worries over mortgage payments, household bills or the extra expenses associated with health problems can quickly become overwhelming. It is at times like this when victims will start wondering, ‘Can I claim for failed surgery?’
The first step is to get in contact with Accident Advice Helpline, but it is also important to remember to keep proof of your additional costs. Along with your medical records, these receipts will form part of the valuable evidence needed by our legal team to back up your claim.
Once your eligibility has been confirmed, we will be happy to talk you through the next stages. Initially, you will be assigned a solicitor with a proven track record in medical negligence cases. He or she will begin to put together the strongest possible case for compensation, in preparation for meeting solicitors from the medical facility in question.
The case is pursued entirely on a no win, no fee basis. This enables our customers to confidently enter into their compensation claim with us. They feel safe in the knowledge that they will not have any financial obligation if the case ultimately proves to be unsuccessful.
If you have any doubts over whether or not to make a claim, feel free to call us at Accident Advice Helpline for further advice. A conversation with a member of our team does not obligate you to take any further action.
Claiming against a hospital, be it an NHS trust or a private clinic, will often mean the facility has to examine its practices and reassess certain procedures in the light of what you have endured. In short, you may stop the same thing happening to another person in future.
Date Published: October 16, 2013
Author: David Brown