Suffering in Silence Doesn't Lead to Change
Doctors and nurses have a duty of care for their patients. Hospitals and GP’s surgeries must provide adequate patient care. If they fall short they need to be held accountable. Suffering in silence doesn’t lead to change. Speak out and seek compensation now.
What is medical negligence?
Medical negligence or medical malpractice is the professional negligence of a health care provider. In order for a claim to be recognised, the health care professional in question must have provided treatment lower than the standard required. In short, they have neglected their duty of care as a medical carer.
The UK has a very high rating when it comes to healthcare standards and if you feel that you have been mistreated, it is important to make a claim.
If you have experienced poor care from either a GP or alternatively from any of the staff in a hospital then you don't have to suffer in silence. Such malpractice is a very serious matter and it is vital that anyone who is unhappy with the way they have been treated seeks immediate help.
There are many solicitors willing to take on cases concerning medical negligence. They are there to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve at what can be a very distressing time.
Your medical negligence claim will help raise awareness of unsafe or improper practices by the medical professional, and could prevent future patients from suffering the same injury. It’s important that the care provider responsible for the harm you have suffered is held to account.
Call National Accident Helpline now and get the compensation you deserve. Remember you will not pay any upfront fees. If you lose your case, you pay nothing. National Accident Helpline operate on a no win no fee basis.