Medical Negligence in A&E
The consequences of negligent care in A&E give rise to a wide variety of injury types and the consequences of sub-standard care can range from catastrophic to minor injuries.
Claims may include the following:
- Failure to properly examine a patient;
- Failure to correctly investigate and diagnose, for example, meningitis;
- Failure to refer appropriately on to other hospital specialists as a result of investigations;
- Failure to treat properly;
- Delays in providing treatment; and
- Wrongful discharge.
We have a particular specialism in claims arising from the misdiagnosis or late diagnosis of subarachnoid haemorrhage and other brain bleeds.
For further information please see Frequently Asked Questions about Clinical Negligence Claims. We do not charge for dealing with initial enquiries even if we do not take the claim on. This way you can be safe in the knowledge that you can receive expert legal advice about your complaint without committing to any obligations regarding fees. If we consider that you have a claim which is likely to be successful then we can offer you a “no win no fee” agreement.
If you would like to discuss a potential accident and emergency claim please contact us on 01273 249200 for a free, no obligation discussion. We are happy to visit clients at home or in hospital if necessary.
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