We understand that it can be devastating to receive treatment for an ailment or injury, only for your symptoms to be aggravated or worsened. Healys medical negligence team are often contacted by clients who have received negligent treatment for an injury, and we can help you make a claim.
You will normally only have three years from the date of the treatment to bring a claim, so it is important to act quickly. Our specialist team will be able to advise you of whether you are entitled to compensation, and how your case will proceed. Contact us today to find out how we can help.
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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.
Our specialist medical negligence team based in London and Brighton, will guide you through your claim from start to finish. We handle all types of negligent treatment claims including:
When you first get in contact with us, we will talk through the circumstances which led to your injury, so we can fully understand the evidence that will be required to support your claim.
Because we pride ourselves on getting the maximum compensation for each and every one of our clients, we will also take the time to investigate all of the ways in which you have suffered loss. This can include a number of aspects of your claim such as; loss of earnings, loss of future earnings, medical expenses, care costs, child care costs, travel expenses in addition to what you should be awarded for the pain and suffering you have experienced.
12th August 2019
In 2018, official figures showed the waiting list for an NHS operation was over 4.3 million patients long. To put this into context, if we were to print this off, assuming an average of 50 patients per page, and laid end to end, the list would be 23 kilometres long (or 14 miles) – enough to stretch from our office in Brighton to Worthing (via the A27).
9th August 2019
You may be surprised (and somewhat perturbed) to hear the true scale of healthcare ‘adverse events’ in the UK – these are defined as “instances which indicate or may indicate that a patient has received poor quality care”. Continue reading »
4th July 2019
In two recent articles we looked at the law and procedures of Coronial Inquests in some detail. Our first article, ‘What happens at an Inquest (and other frequently asked questions)’ gave an overview of the Inquest procedure. During the course of this blog we asked, and provided answers to, questions such as, ‘When is an Inquest required?’, ‘What is the purpose of an Inquest?’, ‘What will happen at an Inquest?’ and a number of other common issues that face those involved in the Inquest procedure. Continue reading »
26th June 2019
The death of a loved one is probably the most traumatic, harrowing experience any human being will experience in their lifetime. Not only is there a period of unimaginable grief, suffering and uncontrollable feelings of sadness and loss to go through, but in addition there are a wealth of practicalities that have to be dealt with – a funeral to be arranged, finances to be sorted out, fellow grieving relatives who need supporting and potentially, sales of property and effects to be dealt with. Continue reading »
24th May 2019
No amount of money can compensate for the loss of a loved one due to someone else’s negligence, but it can at least soften the financial blow. In one case, the widow and four children of a man who was struck down by a hit-and-run driver achieved a seven-figure settlement of their claim. Continue reading »