Your General Practitioner (GP) has an important role in your everyday health, and for many people is their first point of contact when suffering with an illness or ailment. For this reason, the decisions that GPs make can have huge consequences for your health and wellbeing. They are responsible for prescribing medicines, referring you for treatments to relevant specialists if they believe it to be necessary, and advising you as to the best course of action according to your needs as a patient.
For these reasons, when things go wrong, the consequences can be very serious. Perhaps your GP has misdiagnosed your condition and you have become ill as a result, has made an incorrect referral, or even provided inappropriate medication in relation to your health problem.
All of these scenarios, and many others, are a serious breach of what is referred to as a ‘duty of care’, whereby all doctors are required by law to ‘act in the patient’s best interests’. It goes without saying that this includes making the correct decisions about your healthcare, given the level of trust that most people place in their doctor’s training, experience and judgement.
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Here at Healys, we have extensive experience of pursuing claims against GPs in a wide range of circumstances and cases. We recognise the fear and anxiety that the prospect of commencing a claim against your GP is likely to cause you, and that is why we are here to help.
It is important to the team here at Healys, who have over 50 years’ experience combined, to not only get to know the details of your individual case, but also to find out about you as an individual.
This is one of the ways that Healys differs from other firms; our personal service and attention to detail. We believe that it is impossible to serve you fully and in your best interests without getting to know more about you and your life as a whole.
After all, you will be making a claim against your GP because of something very personal; your health, which has a far reaching impact upon all areas of your life. We care about you as an individual, not just your legal case.
Healys prides itself not only on its personal service and client care, but also on its first class legal knowledge and expertise. We have extensive experience and considerable success in dealing with claims against GPs.
For these reasons, when you instruct Healys, you can be confident that you are working with a law firm that has your interests firmly in mind, and that we will represent you robustly and with passion.
It is likely that your GP’s medical negligence has caused you significant inconvenience, alarm and distress, not to mention the possible health issues created by it.
For these reasons, you are better off having experienced medical negligence solicitors by your side every step of the way, in what can often be a time consuming and complicated process.
30th September 2019
Healys LLP has again been recognised as a leading firm in the latest edition of the Legal 500. This year, 4 practise areas and 3 individual lawyers have been recommended.
23rd September 2019
The phrase ‘cancer misdiagnosis claims’ has become used to describe claims not just for the misdiagnosis of cancer. It is also the term often used when people make medical negligence claims because the wrong cancer treatment has been applied, or as a result of a diagnosis of cancer being made later than it should have been i.e. because chances to spot the symptoms of cancer were previously missed by a medical professional on at least one occasion. Continue reading »
6th September 2019
Healys are pleased to note that 3 partners are to be ranked as leading individuals in the 2020 edition of leading legal directory Chambers & Partners, to be published later this year. Continue reading »
Roads are inherently dangerous places but, if disaster strikes, specialist lawyers can ensure that accident victims are properly compensated. In one case, solicitors representing a young man whose life was changed forever by a crash in which three of his friends died were able to secure multi-million-pound damages on his behalf. Continue reading »
2nd September 2019
Earlier this year, we wrote about the fact that the government had ordered that all further surgery involving vaginal mesh implants was to be halted, pending the outcome of a review into its use. Since 2008, transvaginal mesh has been used as a method of treating pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence after childbirth.