Medical Negligence Questions

 

What amount of compensation can I expect to receive if my claim is successful?

In any claim for personal injury compensation, the question of how much money is likely to be received in the event of the case being won is one which can be rather difficult to answer. An expert personal injury solicitor with experience of mounting similar claims in the past will, however, be able to give you an estimate based upon the precise factors of your individual case.
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How long after the medical negligence occurred am I eligible to make a claim?

As with most of the areas around claims of medical negligence, the rules regarding the time during which you are eligible to make a claim can be somewhat complicated. It’s for this reason that, if you feel you may be suffering as a result of medical negligence, the first thing you should do is get in touch with Claims4Free.co.uk to discuss your case and receive free impartial advice as to whether you’re in a position to pursue compensation.
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How long will it take to make a medical negligence claim?

Owing to the complexity of medical negligence claims, they tend to take much longer to reach court and be decided than any other type of personal injury claim. If you wish to seek compensation for negligent medical treatment then you have to put together a case which proves two things.
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What evidence do I need to pursue a medical negligence claim?

Being ill and requiring medical treatment represents one of the most stressful experiences that an individual can go through. As well as the pain and suffering brought about by the condition itself, it can often be the case that the treatment required is unpleasant, stressful or painful.
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Can I claim for an error during laser eye surgery?

Laser eye surgery is becoming incredibly popular. For those with eyesight problems, laser eye surgery, sometimes called vision correction surgery, can mean doing away with your spectacles or contact lenses and enjoy the benefits of perfect eyesight. However, as with any medical procedure, laser eye surgery is not without its risks. Generally speaking, laser eye surgery is a relatively safe procedure with 95% of all patients encountering no problems, according to the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. However, for those who do suffer problems, the consequences can be dramatic.
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Can I claim for birth injury?

Childbirth used to be highly dangerous. In times gone by, women would often suffer injury or even death while giving birth. Thankfully, those days are over, and of the 700,000 children born in the UK each year, complications are rare. However, injury during childbirth does still happen, If a mother or child is injured in the birthing process the effects can be devastating for a family. Sometimes, injuries occur due to unforeseen complications during the birthing process. However, in other cases, birth injuries are the result of medical or clinical negligence, which means it is possible to make a claim for personal injury.
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