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Examples of Camden no win no fee* compensation claims for clinical negligence

For many, when they think of making a Camden no win no fee* compensation claim for clinical negligence they believe they can only do so for errors that have occurred within surgery. While you can of course make a claim for a surgical error, and the impact that this may have had, you can also make a Camden no win no fee* compensation claim for other situations. In fact, it is not only medical situations that you can claim clinical negligence for – you can also make claims for errors and substandard care that you have received at a dental practice, in a nursing home or a residential facility.

Failure to refer

We recently helped a client make a Camden no win no fee* compensation claim after she suffered lack of mobility in her hand. Our client had been suffering from a condition which resulted in her needing surgery. The surgery itself was a success; however, the hospital and her medical team failed to make a referral for her to undergo physiotherapy following her operation.

This meant that the tendons in her hand, which had been operated on, shortened and she lost complete mobility in her hand. As this was her dominant hand this meant that she was no longer able to write, or perform other duties easily.

We were able to secure her compensation as part of her claim as it was clear that an error had been made within the clinical setting and our client had suffered as a result.

Failure to diagnose

We have also helped numerous clients make Camden no win no fee* compensation claims after their GPs or other medical professionals have failed to diagnose conditions that they are suffering from.

In one situation a young women died after her GP failed to diagnosed Deep Vein Thrombosis. The blood clot, which had gone undetected, despite multiple concerns being raised, travelled to her lung and she died. Her husband contacted us to see if a Camden no win no fee* compensation claim could be made to provide compensation for their young children who had lost their loving and dedicated mother.

Again, in this case, as errors had been made in the level of care received by the young woman, we were able to make a successful Camden no win no fee* compensation claim on behalf of her family.

Making a Camden no win no fee* compensation claim

Making a Camden no win no fee* compensation claim with Accident Advice Helpline is a straight forward process, even if the case itself is complicated due to its technical nature.

Simply pick up the phone, or take our 30 second test to find out if we are able to offer you assistance in making your Camden no win no fee* compensation claim.

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