Month: January 2020
Spire Healthcare has launched a recall for hundreds of patients of orthopaedic surgeon Habib Rahman over fears of unnecessary surgical procedures being carried out.
It’s understood that 217 patients have been contacted by letter with invitations to see an independent consultant to review any treatment they have received. The recall comes after an investigation was completed by the Royal College of Surgeons at the end of last year, with concerns raised about unnecessary shoulder manipulation operations carried out under general anaesthetic.
If you have been informed that you are affected by this recall, our specialist medical negligence lawyers are here to help you.
When cancer is diagnosed too late, the impact for the patient can be absolutely devastating. That’s why it’s important for us to address this topic as specialist medical negligence lawyers.
The chances of surviving cancer, in many cases, can be hugely increased by being diagnosed and treated early. If there are any delays in the process, this could be the difference between life and death, and it’s shortages in skilled staff that can lead to this happening. There also needs to be a clear plan for the future, where population numbers will increase, and services need to expand to meet the greater demand.
Patients who are affected by late diagnosis or late treatment issues can be entitled to some form of justice by making a claim for personal injury compensation.
We offer advice and representation for women who need to make a pelvic mesh compensation claim, and we can offer No Win, No Fee arrangements as well.
We’re currently helping several women who have signed-up for legal cases with us, and we have been helping people for these matters over many years. In Australia, a recent court victory was welcome news, and we have seen several settled actions in the US as well. In the UK, there hasn’t been a successful group action as of yet (as far as we know), but we’re pursuing individual claims which can settle.
Whether your claim is against a manufacturer, surgeon or a hospital in general, we can help.
You may be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation if you have suffered as a result of waiting for A&E care.
As we often say when it comes to these kinds of legal cases, whether there’s a claim to settle or not is simply a matter of the details which we look at on a case-by-case basis. Some delays cannot be avoided, and some delays don’t cause any kind of suffering at all or may only cause minimal suffering.
As specialist medical negligence lawyers, we can offer our advice and a claims assessment on a completely free and no-obligation basis.