Experts in Inadequate Treatment Compensation Claims
What, indeed, have you gone through to decide to apply for inadequate treatment compensation?
In summary, healthcare provider services don’t have to be wrong or absent for them to be negligent. Sometimes, the care they deliver simply falls short of an acceptable level, and you suffer as a result. If you believe you suffer the effects of inadequate treatment, experts at The Medical Negligence Experts can help with free advice on how to start a claim.
What is Inadequate Treatment?
In short, inadequate treatment is when you don’t receive an acceptable standard of care due to:
- human error or;
- ineffective processes.
It does not have to be deliberate, and it also doesn’t even have to occur in a hospital.
Inadequate care can affect patients who seek treatment from the GP or dentist, or to residents in care homes. Moreover, inadequate care does not discriminate between NHS and private patients either. Our clients have suffered negligent care in both types of facilities.
Inadequate Treatment Compensation Case Study
A dental patient claims compensation due to additional treatment necessary. This happens after their dentist:
- fails to remove the dying nerve entirely and;
- clean the root canal correctly during surgery.
The result is an infection and excessive pain, as well as the loss of earnings. This due to further corrective surgery and recuperation time the patient subsequently requires.
Indeed: not all inadequate negligence can cause damage. However, consider the following scenario:
- There’s a delay in a cancer diagnosis due to a GP failing to assess a patient adequately when they first present their concerns.
- Subsequently, the patient requires more invasive treatment and has a less positive outcome.
- In short, a client could successfully claim compensation for their negligent care for inadequate treatment.
Inadequate treatment could start with something as seemingly mild as not assessing the condition of a surgical wound when changing the dressing. Such health and safety negligence can become a long term issue as a result:
- leading to missed infection;
- delay in recovery time and;
- in extreme cases, sepsis leading to amputation.
The Most Important Question to Ask
The first question we almost always receive from potential clients is whether they can make a claim. But the answer isn’t always straightforward unless we do the necessary investigation and talk with you about our capable compensation calculator methods.
For the potential compensation awarded with these accident claims, it always comes back to our approach. First, our network will investigate the circumstances to see whether you have grounds to apply for compensation. Not every injury or unfortunate outcome is due to negligence, just as not all negligent care will cause harm.
Both damage and blame need to be evident for you to have legal grounds to claim compensation. For example, an accident at work cannot actually be the cause or even play a modicum of a role in your injury.
Also, we’ll be sure to go beyond the special damages and general damages by exploring your medical records. We want to make certain that you suffered an injury that was truly avoidable because of clinical negligence. One failure in a medical professional’s duty of care is not checking your medical records.
We work with prominent medical experts who can provide evidence to support your claim. In turn, they help to build a strong case that gives the responsible party no choice but to:
- accept liability, and;
- pay you accordingly.
Our aim is both to get your payment, plus obtain every penny you deserve to receive. Above all, anything less than you deserve is, in our eyes, unacceptable.
Make today the day you ask the most important question, by calling The Medical Negligence Experts. We are happy to give you a free, no-obligation consultation with a legal advisor. They’ll be able to talk about the claims process and how it may apply to you.
How Can We Help?
Even if you are unsure if your injury results from negligent care you should talk to The Medical Negligence Experts. Our experts will talk to you about your situation and advise whether you have valid grounds for a claim. Anyone bringing a claim for compensation needs to:
- be able to prove that their injury happens;
- it happens as a result of the inadequate treatment they receive, and;
- the injury is not due to any other underlying cause.
So it is crucial to the success of your claim to verify this at the outset.
If your claim is valid and you choose to proceed, The Medical Negligence Experts will represent you to the responsible care provider and, if necessary, the courts, to ensure you get the best possible outcome. We understand that compensation is not merely money, it is the resource you need to overcome the effects of your injury and achieve your full potential.
A compensation claim is also about earning recognition and validation of your trauma. In short, it’s a much healthier alternative to letting it be swept aside as if it nothing untoward happened.
Medical negligence claims can take a while to resolve, and there is a time limit on submitting a claim. You can begin today by making an initial, no-obligation enquiry to The Medical Negligence Experts. Contact us today, and be sure to ask us how we can help you as well.
Need some help with Inadequate Treatment Compensation?
Am I eligible?
If you have suffered from medical negligence in the past 3 years, the short answer is yes.
However, medical negligence can be complicated, so we recommend that you speak with one of our expert solicitors - It’s Free.
How much could I claim?
As every medical case is different, the amount of compensation paid out can differ. Varying factors lead to the final figure include: Level of negligence, earnings missed out on, future losses and more.
Our experienced team of experts will give you an indication of how much you could potentially claim.
How does the process work?
We understand that when making a claim it’s important to know what to expect and when to expect it. That’s why we make the process as transparent as possible.
Your solicitor will gather all the evidence and will notify the negligent party of your claim against them. With your dedicated solicitor negotiating on your behalf, you will be kept up to date every step of the way.
Why should you use us for Inadequate Treatment Compensation?
No Win No Fee
We offer a No Win No Fee* service on all our claims - We assess each claim on its merits with the information provided, which aids us to determine its likely success rate. This takes the risk away from you.
Our experienced solicitors are experts in securing compensation no matter the level of negligence.
We are committed to securing the best possible outcome for you, while providing friendly support every step of the way.
Personal Dedicated Solicitors
On contact, you will be allocated your own expert Medical Negligence solicitor who will be there every step of the way. You will be provided with a direct phone number and direct email address of your solicitor.
Expert solicitors working for you
We specialise in helping victims of medical negligence claim the compensation they deserve.
We work on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning if we don’t win your case, you don’t pay! Once you make contact, your experienced solicitor will work to recover the maximum compensation you are entitled to.
Whether you are ready to make a medical negligence claim, or you would just like a free conversation with a legal professional, we have experts on hand to give you all the information you need. Take the first step to getting what you deserve by filling in our quick contact form and we will call you back whenever suits you.