Everyone makes mistakes. That’s part of life. But if a medical professional makes one it can cause serious illness, injury, irreparable damage or even death. Clinical negligence can arise in many ways through a medical professional or authority not doing their job properly; a doctor might fail to refer a patient to a hospital when they should; a surgeon might make a mistake during an operation; a cosmetic surgeon might carry out an inappropriate procedure.
Our medical negligence solicitors in Buckinghamshire can help. We are experienced in clinical negligence claims, ensuring that we always know how to act in our clients’ best interests. Whether that means making the necessary allegations against the clinician in question, or just to be there to help you through the hard times. We know how difficult it can be to get back to normal life after having the trust broken between you and your medical professional, especially when you may have disclosed the most sensitive parts of your life.
We can help arrange the necessary medical care that you or your loved one might need to overcome your injuries, and we explain the processes thoroughly, keeping you up-to-date every step of the way. If applicable, we will also help you with pursuing a general complaint (that’s separate from a medical negligence claim) through the necessary channels.
So if you, or a friend, partner or someone in your family has suffered injury, illness or worse through medical malpractice, do get in touch. We can help with incidents involving doctors, hospitals, paramedics, consultants, nurses, surgeons, dentists, opticians and cosmetic surgeons; that can include private practitioners as well as the NHS.
Clinical negligence is a form of personal injury. The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has accredited our Head of Dispute Resolution, Andrew King as a senior litigator and Dispute Resolution Solicitor, Katarina Morgan as a member.
To speak with one of our expert clinical negligence lawyers, get in contact with us today. We’ll look at your case without charge – if we believe there’s a reasonable chance of succeeding, we’ll act for you on a no win, no fee basis.
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