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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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.
23rd January 2020
Building sites can be dangerous places and it is obviously right that those who suffer injury due to their employers’ failure to take appropriate precautions should be fully compensated. In one recent case, a worker who sustained grave head injuries when he fell through a roof will receive a settlement of £6.6 million in damages. Continue reading »
16th January 2020
The idea that you cannot achieve compensation for road accident injuries if you were in any way to blame for what happened is simply wrong. This point was made by the case of a vulnerable pedestrian who was hit by a car as he crossed the road when the traffic lights were against him. Continue reading »
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 »