Medical negligence cases refers to a breach of duty by a healthcare professional that leads to the avoidable harm of a patient.
Their negligence usually leads to a patient sustaining an injury or making an existing medical condition worse. The duration of a medical negligence case is dependent on the severity of the injury and whether the National Health Service or private healthcare provider responsible accepts their mistake.
Medical misdiagnosis can occur in three ways. The first is when an illness or condition goes completely diagnosed by a medical expert, and the second is when the wrong diagnosis is made, and therefore the wrong treatment is given. The third is a late diagnosis.
To pursue medical misdiagnosis compensation, a person must be able to show that the care they received, or a lack of care, led to them developing further complications.
Cosmetic Associated Injuries
Cosmetic associated injuries can occur when undergoing cosmetic surgery procedures. On rare occasions, these types of injuries have proven to be fatal, leading to permanent damage. Our solicitors can help you get funds to pay for corrective treatments