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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury lawyers in Wheddon Cross


    Injury lawyers in Wheddon Cross

    Few people actually enjoy having to go into hospital. Unless you’re there for childbirth, some sort of elective cosmetic procedure or laser eye surgery, the reason for your visit will typically not be positive. Most hope that any time they have to spend in hospital will be as short as possible and that they will be able to get back to their homes sharpish.

    Although you might have to accept it if you had to stay in hospital longer because your convalescence was taking longer than your doctors had initially anticipated, it would be quite hard to swallow if your stay was extended as a result of suffering an injury as a consequence of an accident that was not your fault while under the care of the hospital you were in. If this were to happen to you, you would be well within your rights to contact a good 100% no win-no fee injury lawyer in Wheddon Cross with a view to suing the hospital for compensation, once you were back to the peak of your powers of course.

    Hospitals and injury lawyers in Wheddon Cross

    You can take action against a hospital using the services of an injury lawyer for a range of reasons, from medical negligence through to food poisoning. At the end of the day, if you’ve been injured or your condition made worse by the actions of a hospital or its staff, you might have a good chance of claiming compensation for any suffering you were forced to endure.

    This will be true regardless of whether you were being treated by a private clinic or an NHS hospital. You may even have been injured while taking a stroll around a hospital’s grounds. All hospitals, whether privately or publicly run, must have liability insurance in place for instances such as these.

    If your injury lawyers in Wheddon Cross were to successfully take action against a hospital that was responsible for you being hurt or a pre-existing condition being made worse, its cover provider would have to meet the cost of any pay-out you were due.

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    You’re not alone

    If you’ve been hurt while undergoing treatment in hospital, you’ll be relieved to hear that you won’t have to face the prospect of taking legal action alone. If you have a good case, you may be able to retain the services of a first-rate injury lawyer in Wheddon Cross on a no win-no fee basis from a company such as Accident Advice Helpline. Call us on 0800 689 0500. Lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Or complete the 30-second test to get an idea of how much you might be awarded.

    Date Published: 29th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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