Category: Maternity Wards
Nursing negligence claims are one of the areas of law that we specialise in and represent victims for personal injury cases on a No Win, No Fee basis.
In this article, we can briefly outline how you make a claim for compensation, who you claim from, and how you can prove your case. For the best chances of success and the best possible outcome, you need expert legal representation which is exactly what we offer.
The subject of birth negligence compensation claims is a sensitive one, of course. That being said, it’s an important one for us to discuss and advise on given that it can affect the lives of victims forever.
As a firm, when it comes to personal injury claims, we specifically focus on catastrophic compensation cases. Birth injury compensation claims is a part of this type of legal case, and it’s something that we can offer bespoke No Win, No Fee agreements for.
These types of serious negligence cases are best discussed with our team. We’re happy to offer free, no-obligation advice about your options for justice, and we can provide some general guidance in this article as well.
The focus of the inquiry into the recently unveiled Shrewsbury and Telford maternity scandal must ensure that the victims and their families are put first.
These are matters that have left permanent emotional scars on people’s lives, and the NHS must ensure that there is never a repeat of this kind of scandal ever again. Nothing can ever be done to undo what has happened, and people who should have been experiencing one of the happiest times of their lives have instead been left with permanent heartbreak.
Some form of justice must be achieved so there can be a form of closure for those affected, and changes must be made to ensure this never happens again.
What is being called the “largest maternity scandal in NHS history” involving the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SATH) has hit the headlines this week.
We’re shocked and appalled by what we have seen, which appears to be a period of 40 years of negligent care and treatment that may involve as many as 600 cases of medical negligence. Leaked reports appear to have singled out at least 42 infant deaths and the deaths of three mothers, as well as outlining more than 50 cases of children being left with brain damage.
It appears that there has been substandard care across the board which may have resulted in dozens of deaths and cases of children being left with permanent and catastrophic injuries.