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Can I sue the NHS for Medical Negligence?

The simple answer to the question above is “Yes.” But whenever someone tends to ask “Can I sue the NHS,” we always advise caution, qualification and discretion. Because at The Medical Negligence Experts, there’s a bigger question that comes with that line of questioning… Do you have a winnable case if you sue the NHS […]

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Can you sue the NHS for negligence?

In a word? Maybe. But when you really have to weigh the question “can you sue the NHS for negligence”, it’s often best to assess your goals. Can you sue the NHS for negligence: What Are Your Goals? So let’s begin with the obvious things upfront to evaluate what you want from the NHS. Much […]

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Cataract surgeries have several inherent risks

Five Significant Risks of Cataract Surgery

We intend to address the risks of cataract surgery in this post. But think of the Medical Negligence Experts team as a more altruistic version of Brutus from Julius Caesar. In short, we don’t want to detract from the benefits of this optical operation to improve eye and vision health. This eye condition is often […]

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Friendly Female Doctor's Hands Holding Patient's Hand

Medical Negligence Claim: A Guide

What is a medical negligence claim? Firstly, a medical professional is negligent in the standard of care they provide. In turn, it causes a serious reduction in your quality of life. Additionally, it can mean that your career path has been altered in a negative manner. Therefore, you may want to pursue a medical negligence […]

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Stillbirth Medical Negligence Cases

How to Claim Compensation From the NHS

In recent days, there have been several stories in the news connected to alleged substandard care in NHS maternity units around the country. The Department for Health and Social Care published a report this week stating that women in labour are being denied epidurals following an investigation by The Sunday Telegraph which we highlighted in […]

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Royal College of Psychiatrists suicide report

Royal College of Psychiatrists suicide report shows NHS must improve mental health services

The Royal College of Psychiatrists’ suicide report is of grave concern to mental health services. The Report reveals that poor treatment coupled with poor aftercare for people who self-harm or attempt suicide puts their lives at risk. Hospital self-harm admissions double According to the Royal College of Psychiatrists suicide report, admissions for self-harming doubled in […]

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