An injury claim in Stretton for medical negligence
Stretton is a large village in Staffordshire. The population of the parish at the 2001 Census was 8,355. They have very good medical services, but sometimes mistakes happen. If this occurs then injured residents may need to make a medical negligence injury claim in Stretton.
Medical practitioners have a duty of care to avoid an injury claim in Stretton
All medical professionals, and the staff they employ have a duty of care to their patients. If one of them lets you down by making an error, you may be entitled to make an injury claim in Stretton.
The mistakes that might lead to a medical negligence injury claim in Stretton
We have to trust our doctors, hospitals dentists etc. but they are human and do make errors. The sorts of things that can go wrong are:
- Removing the wrong limb
- A faulty medical device
- Wrong diagnosis
- Wrong treatment
- Missing important symptoms
- Delaying the diagnosis or treatment
- Wrong medication is given by a pharmacist
- Incorrect surgery
- Laser eye surgery accident
- Dental accident
- Home care negligence or abuse
These are just a sample of things that can go wrong. If any of these happen to you, you may be able to make a medical negligence injury claim in Stretton.
The parties responsible for settling your injury claim in Stretton
This would generally be an insurance company as all the professionals usually have professional indemnity insurance to cover such eventualities. You would have to prove to the insurance company that there is more than a fifty percent chance that the action, or lack of action, by the medical practitioner caused you harm and suffering. Then they would consider your injury claim in Stretton.
Accident Advice Helpline will deal with your medical negligence injury claim in Stretton
At Accident Advice Helpline, we have in-house solicitors with significant experience of handling medical negligence claims and all of the complications that accompany them. You can be certain that they will treat your claim with the respect it deserves. You will have had enough trauma because of the error. We aim to take any future stress away from you.
In 1998, the government abolished legal aid for personal injury compensation claims. This put making a claim out of the reach of many people. The 1999 Finance Act allowed the use of the conditional fee agreement to be extended to cover claims and this is the basis we operate on, although it is better known as no-win, no-fee.
Our website has a 30-second test which will help you decide if you qualify for compensation. If you do, it will give you a rough estimate of how much you can expect to be awarded.
If you would rather talk about your claim, call one of our friendly, professional advisors on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500 from your landline. From a mobile, call us on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 27th September 2013
Author: David Brown