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Common Instances of Medical Negligence are Misdiagnosis and Surgical Errors.
*While misdiagnosis is self explanatory an example of surgical error would be failing to remove sufficient tissue to ensure the removal of all cancerous cells.
It is important to bear in mind that all surgery carries a degree of risk. To claim against a surgeon it is necessary to prove that the mistake made was unreasonable and below the accepted standard. To find out if you have a reasonable claim call us today.
Below are a list of the more common categories:
- CERVICAL & BREAST CANCER MISDIAGNOSIS
- MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE at A&E DEPARTMENTS
- GYNAECOLOGICAL & OBSTETRIC INJURY CLAIMS
- SPINAL INJURY AND SPINAL CORD INJURY (SCI) COMPENSATION CLAIMS
- CEREBRAL PALSY
- DEPUY ASR HIP REPLACEMENT RECALL
- ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
- EYE INJURY CLAIMS / LOSS OF SIGHT
- DENTAL CLAIMS
- HOSPITAL ACQUIRED INFECTION CLAIMS – MRSA, C-DIFFICILE AND GRE
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