In-patients in hospitals, or any health care facility, have the right to expect that during their stay for treatment they will be cared for in a manner conducive to recovering from their ailments.
If a patient’s care is negligent and they suffer a worsening of their condition, a complication, or further illness or injury as a result, then the patient may be able to make a claim for compensation.
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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.
The solicitors at Healys have handled a number of care claims where the standard of care by staff in hospitals, and other facilities, has fallen below that which should have been reasonably expected, and caused the patient harm.
Some examples of negligent care are:
A claim for compensation may be necessary in any instance where the actions or inactions of hospital staff have caused or worsened illness or injury, particularly if this has also led to financial loss.
The clinical negligence solicitors at Healys pride themselves on being approachable and straightforward but with the necessary expertise to offer you a robust and committed litigation service.
If you, or a loved one, has suffered as a result of negligent care we can advise you whether you have grounds for a claim and what your best course of action might be. Please contact us today for information and advice about our services.
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The Legal 500 rankings for 2023 have been released, with Healys LLP seeing an increase in the number of practice areas and individuals recommended; as well as achieving the ranking of Top Tier Firm.
31st March 2022
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18th January 2022
Disabled children bring great joy to their families’ lives but, with an eye to their future care needs, it is always wise to explore the possibility of seeking compensation. In a case on point, a settlement secured for a profoundly disabled teenager successfully ensured that she would always be properly looked after. Continue reading »
21st October 2021
The latest edition of leading legal directory Chambers & Partners has been published, and Healys are pleased to announce that 3 partners have received individual recognition.
1st October 2021
Healys has once again been recognised as a Leading Firm in the latest edition of the Legal 500 UK. This year Healys has been ranked in 7 practice areas, with 13 individuals recognised as Recommended Lawyers in their specialist fields. Continue reading »
27th March 2023
Whenever possible, Healys LLP commits to initiatives that support more diversity & inclusion within the business community. That’s why earlier this month, we joined forces with Best of British Events alongside Seico Mortgages, Kreston Reeves & Sussex Business Times to host a special event in celebration of Women’s Month. Continue reading »
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16th March 2023
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10th March 2023
As we mentioned in our last edition of The Board Minute, Healys’ Corporate & Commercial team has expanded. This time round, we get to hear from Corporate Solicitor Jamie Tavares. Continue reading »
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