Medical Negligence - FAQs
What level of injury must I have suffered?
Medical Negligence claims must satisfy an injury limit of £5000 in order for a solicitor to be able to run a claim. If you are unsure as to the extent of the injury, and how much this will equate to, we will be able to give you a comprehensive figure.
If we are unable to we will arrange for one of our solicitors to speak to you to discuss your claim at greater length.
Can I claim against my GP?
Claiming against your GP can always be worrying. However your GP, if s/he has performed treatment/prognosis which has left you injured you would still be able to seek compensation. In no circumstances would this prevent you from receiving medical treatment.
Am I entitled to make a medical negligence claim?
Claims for Medical Negligence against Hospitals or Healthcare Professionals can be a daunting process. If you have been left injured as a result of mal-treatment by a member of a surgery or hospital then you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injury. Claims can cover a variety of issues from mis-diagnosis to mistreatment under operation. Here at Accident’s Direct we have a vast experience in dealing with Medical Negligence cases and are consequently able to provide you with the best possible advice following your treatment.
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