Sadly sometimes things go wrong
Sadly and inevitably, sometimes things go wrong. Well-meaning doctors and nurses make mistakes, misjudgements, misdiagnoses: problems are over-looked, damaging delays occur, human error can lead to serious complications.
On such occasions the ultimate sufferer is the patient. But since the patient is there to be treated, helped, restored to health, clearly an injustice has occurred. This is where the laws regarding Clinical Negligence assume vital importance.
To talk about your compensation claim call one of our experts on 0844 484 7774
It is not necessarily about blame
As in all walks of life, if you suffer injury, distress or disability through no fault of your own but by the actions of another, the law stipulates your entitlement to compensation. It is not necessarily about blame. It is all about making up for the suffering you have endured. And that can only be done through financial settlement.
This is where Stone Rowe Brewer comes in.
Take a few minutes to read through the exhaustive list of examples of Clinical Negligence that we have provided here and ask yourself if your situation matches any of these descriptions. If you think it does then call us without delay and find out how we can help.
Medical & Clinical Negligence
In Britain we rightly pride ourselves on the exceptionally high standards of our health services, both public and private. We willingly place our trust in the hands of our healthcare professionals.
Sadly, sometimes things go wrong. Well-meaning doctors and nurses make mistakes, misjudgements, misdiagnoses: problems are over-looked, damaging delays occur, human error can lead to serious complications.
The prospect of taking on such monolithic institutions may seem a daunting one which is why our medical lawyers and experts are on hand offering their services to help you pursue a complaint to its satisfactory conclusion.
Who Can Claim For Medical & Clinical Negligence?
The first and most important thing is to establish if the errors in your medical care or treatment have caused you to be injured or harmed. For your personal injury claim to be successful we will need to prove that you been treated in a way that no other professional would or should have and that the treatment you received fell below accepted standards causing you harm or injury.