Category: Claim Types
Dental negligence compensation claims can be extremely complex, which is why you need experts on your case.
We have simplified our negligence claims process to make your experience as easy as possible, and we are able to offer No Win, No Fee legal representation for eligible clients.
Dental negligence can be just as serious as medical negligence. Our lawyers are experts when it comes to both medical and dental negligence and we can help you get the justice you deserve. Our team has won millions of pounds in compensation for victims who have suffered from a range of types of negligence, and we are here to help you with your dental negligence compensation claims.
We, the Medical Negligence Lawyers, specialise in medical negligence claims, and this includes pelvic mesh compensation claims.
This is about a specific type of surgical mesh that is used to treat Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP), of which the use of the mesh has resulted in multiple concerns raised about its long-term effectiveness in the UK and, indeed, around the world
If you have had pelvic mesh surgery to treat problems like pelvic organ prolapse, you could be eligible to make a compensation claim with us. The Medical Negligence Lawyers are experts in the complex field of medical law and have years of experience helping victims claim millions of pounds in damages for these kinds of issues. We have helped victims who have suffered from the use transvaginal mesh or transvaginal tape as well as for a range of other medical product cases.
We know how damaging medical negligence can be, which is why we, the Medical Negligence Lawyers, make the medical negligence claim process simple.
Ultimately, we are here to help you to get the justice that you deserve. Let us tell you a bit about how we can help you here.
Going into surgery knowing the potential risks can be scary enough without the added complication of medical experts failing you as one example. When you suffer due to the negligence of a medical professional, we are here to make sure that you are represented for a claim for compensation for any personal injury sustained and for any losses that might have occurred as well.
A breast cancer compensation claim is a serious matter. We can represent eligible clients for cases on a No Win, No Fee basis, and we are here to help.
We appreciate that this is a tough experience to go through, but the law is on your side. If you have suffered any injury or loss as a result of negligence arising from any diagnosis or treatment related to cancer, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
A legal case for compensation can allow for some form of justice to be received for what a patient has to go through. Here is how we can help.
We can represent victims claiming for an event where consultant negligence has led to problems and complications, and we offer No Win, No Fee representation.
In this blog, we will briefly look at when you may be able to claim, how we can prove your case, and how you can speak to our team for advice. We do offer free and no-obligation advice for potential victims of negligence, so you can speak to our team now and we will see if we can help you.
Read on for a little more advice and information.
Claims for medical negligence for missed dislocation injuries can easily occur and they can leave a patient suffering from lifelong problems in the worst-case scenarios.
It’s incredibly important for dislocation injuries to be quickly identified so that the correct course of treatment can be put in place. If treatment, such as vital surgery, doesn’t take place quickly enough, some damage can be irreversible. We have represented clients where this kind of negligence has taken place, and compensation values can be substantial.
If this has happened to you and you think you may be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation, we may be able to help you. Read on for more advice and information.
Surgery compensation claims are a common type of medical negligence claim that we take forward, and we understand that the harm victims can suffer from can be severe.
When a mistake takes place during surgery, it can be a worrying thing to have to deal with. What will happen next? Will there be more complications? Will more surgery be needed? Not only is there the worry that’s caused, but any additional suffering patients endure isn’t nice to have to experience.
If you have been the victim of negligent surgery, you can be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis. Here’s how we may be able to help you.
It’s possible to be able to make a claim for medical negligence compensation that arises from waiting for an ambulance where this has led to suffering and loss.
This is an important topic to cover, especially when we’re facing longer waits across the NHS in general. Although needing to wait for emergency transport in itself doesn’t mean you’re entitled to receive compensation, there are times when a case can be made. In such times, a case may be vital as some form of justice for the patient, especially when severe injury and losses have occurred.
We may be able to offer No Win, No Fee representation for cases of this nature. Patients must be allowed some form of justice for what they have to go through.
We represent victims for cosmetic surgery compensation claims, as they usually fall within the scope of the medical negligence work that we carry out.
And with cosmetic procedures growing in popularity in recent years, we have seen an increase in the numbers of claims for personal injury compensation that we’ve taken forward.
What may be understood to be a simple and straightforward procedure could leave a victim needing months – or even years – of corrective work. This can cost thousands of pounds and leave patients suffering with serious pain, suffering and loss of amenity, and this is something that we can help people with.
As well as needing to talk about our mental health, we also need to make sure that we talk about, and address, mental health negligence claims.
Mental health has never been more prevalent than it this day and age. It’s not the misunderstood and sometimes even taboo topic that it used to be. With World Mental Health Day passing last week, we wanted to briefly talk about the issues surrounding diagnosis and treatment, and how they tie in with claims for compensation.
In the same way that a lack of treatment or a lack of a diagnosis for a physical ailment can leave patients suffering more, and suffering worse, the same can be said about our mental health as well.
If you need to claim compensation for hip replacement surgery that has gone wrong, we can help you as expert medical negligence solicitors.
Even when cases feel like they ought to be straightforward, many medical negligence claims can be difficult to pursue. Succeeding with a case can often come down to the evidence available and the opinions of the independent experts that we instruct. Medicine and surgery is not always an exact science.
But, when it comes to matters a serious as hip replacement surgery, instructing the right law firm can be the difference between winning your case, or receiving nothing at all.
There have been some worrying numbers surrounding the volumes of so-called NHS ‘never events’ in recent times, and some of the instances are shocking.
NHS ‘never events’ are essentially serious errors and mistakes that should never happen because they should be completely preventable. They include things like the wrong body parts being operated on or removed, or the wrong areas inside the body being operated on. They also include incorrect surgeries and tools being left inside patients after procedures.
Recent data has suggested that there has been a worrying number of the so-called ‘never events’, which is a cause for concern.