If you have been affected by the misdiagnosis, late diagnosis, or mistreatment of cancer, Healys can help you claim the fullest compensation possible for medical negligence.
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Call Healys Medical Negligence Solicitors today. Our friendly team is here to help. You can see how we have helped our clients in our case studies section.
Medical negligence cases surrounding cancer are complex and require the attention of experienced solicitors. Fortunately, our team of lawyers and legal professionals at Healys are proud to offer a sensitive, client-focused service to encompass the following types of claim:
These, and other cancer claims, can be made for a number of reasons including:
In a medical negligence claim, the team of solicitors at Healys focus clearly on the fundamental concerns of that case – while aiming to achieve the best outcome for the client and their family.
We will always strive to ensure clients receive the maximum amount of cancer claim compensation possible, but we also prioritise the provision of treatment or respite care where suitable.
If you would like to talk to an expert cancer claim solicitor about any aspect of making a claim, please contact Healys today for a friendly and approachable service to help you.
5th December 2019
A recent case involving a catastrophically injured cyclist whose legal team overcame numerous hurdles to secure him a just settlement illustrates the importance of having specialist support during such proceedings. Continue reading »
28th November 2019
Despite the best efforts of the NHS, it is inevitable that medical mistakes are sometimes made and, when they are, it is important to ensure that victims are fairly compensated. One such case, brought on behalf of a nine-year-old boy left gravely disabled owing to clinical negligence in the days following his birth, has resulted in a multi-million-pound damages award. Continue reading »
25th November 2019
A caesarean birth, also known as a C-Section, is surgery that is carried out by means of an incision that is made in the woman’s tummy and womb. It is a major surgical procedure and is usually carried out by means of spinal or epidural anaesthetic, meaning that the woman on whom the surgery is performed, will be awake during the operation. Continue reading »
5th November 2019
A failure to diagnose commonplace medical conditions can have consequences that last a lifetime. However, as a High Court case showed, expert legal advice can ensure that fair compensation is paid if the worst happens. Continue reading »
29th October 2019
Stories of misdiagnosis of cancer and other serious illnesses, features in the news frequently. The number of incidents of this type of medical negligence has grown considerably in the past 5 years. Continue reading »