Aside from births, hospitals are generally a place that you hope to avoid, but if you do unfortunately find yourself tucked up in a hospital bed it’s usually to receive the best care available. Although in many situations doctors and nurses do a fantastic job to ensure that you are both fit and healthy, in some situations they can be negligent towards you and this could leave you with serious injuries, especially if you are already suffering from medical problems.

HOW CAN MEDICAL COMPENSATION 4U HELP ME WITH GENERAL HOSPITAL CLAIMS?

When it comes to making a general hospital claim, we understand that you can often be overwhelmed by the situation and a compensation claim might be the furthest thing from your mind, but this shouldn’t mean that you should be left out of pocket through the negligence of another person.

At Medical Compensation 4U we can give you a personalised approach to general hospital claims at what we understand can be a difficult time. Our team are fully qualified and bring a broad spectrum of knowledge and experience to the table to help you with your personal injury claim every step of the way.

WHAT ARE SOME COMMON EXAMPLES OF GENERAL HOSPITAL CLAIMS?

When it comes to dealing with general hospital claims, we deal with a wide range of different injury types on a regular basis. Some of the most popular cases that we deal with include:

  • Surgical mistakes
  • Hospital infections
  • Misdiagnosis/failure to diagnose
  • A + E negligence
  • Incorrect medication
  • Incorrect treatment.

AM I ELIGIBLE TO CLAIM FOR COMPENSATION?

When it comes to making a compensation claim, in general you are able to claim in any situation where you feel that the hospital has shown negligence towards you. Your claim could be for pain and suffering, any medical costs that you have received or a loss of income that you have incurred as the result of your inability to work.

If you believe that you have suffered an injury that could have been avoided then don’t suffer in silence anymore. You could be entitled to a substantial compensation pay out to help you through the rehabilitation process.