Expert injury lawyers in Little Sutton and a clinical negligence claim
If you feel unwell, usually the first place you visit is your GP. Hopefully they will give you some medicine or send you to the hospital for tests. Sometimes this doesn’t happen; they can miss a diagnosis and your illness becomes worse. In these circumstances, you may be able to make a clinical negligence claim using expert injury lawyers in Little Sutton.
The pharmacist is not immune from clinical negligence claims
So the doctor gives you a prescription and you toddle off to the pharmacy. There are lots of rules in place to ensure you are not given the wrong medication, or even the wrong dose of the correct medication. After getting through the first hurdle of a correct diagnosis from you doctor, the last thing you need is for the pharmacy to make a mistake. Unfortunately, they sometimes do get it wrong, and the consequences can be dire.
The hospital takes great care, but if something goes wrong you may need to make a claim
Hospitals deal with many thousands of patients every day. In fact, over 21 million a year visit A&E departments, and that’s without all the other patients at hospital for an endless list of illness and injuries. The media never report how pleased these patients are, as that does not sell newspapers, but they will very quickly report a mistake in an hospital, partly because in comparison to the number they treat there are very few errors. But if you happen to be one of those victims, you may want to use expert injury lawyers in Little Sutton.
The dentist and the optician can be at fault as well
Dentists and opticians are just as likely to make a mistake as as any other medical practitioner is. They could pull the wrong teeth or mess up your laser eye surgery; both scenarios would mean you could make a personal injury compensation claim.
Making a clinical negligence personal injury claim
Accident Advice Helpline have the specialists you need to make your personal injury compensation claim for clinical negligence. For over 15 years we have been dealing with these types of claims, and our solicitors know where to go for the correct medical advice and may want you to attend a medical assessment. Apart from that, they will do everything for you; you will have no complex forms to complete, no awkward questions to answer and no bother from the large organisations at the other end of the claim.
Call our helpline on freephone number 0800 689 0500 and speak to one of our advisors. They are friendly and professional and will make sure you are kept up to date as your claim progresses. Alternatively, you could complete the 30-second test on our website which will let you know if you have a valid claim.