Compensation claims for failure to refer for further testing
Whenever you are administered to hospital for any kind of procedure then the last thing you will want is for there to be any delays, but sometimes it is in your best interest to delay and refer for further testing to evaluate the full extent of your injury. It is at your doctor’s discretion whether or not to refer for further testing if they believe it is necessary, but if your condition deteriorates as a result then you could be eligible to make a claim for negligence.
In some cases, failing to administer further testing can have a negative effect to the recovery process and can leave you in more pain with the need for further treatment. This can be a traumatic situation and could leave you with a serious injury or worse as a result, so making a claim could be the best option for you. Compensation can help you recover any traumatic issues and can even be used towards paying off any unnecessary fees you may have incurred.
Who could be at fault for your injuries?
If you have been a victim of medical negligence which has resulted in you being left out of pocket and bad health, then making a claim could be your best option. There are a number of people who you could consider making a claim against, with the most obvious being the person who was responsible for your safety at the time – this could be your doctor, a surgeon or any other medical professional who has put your health at risk. Making a claim doesn’t have to be difficult or confusing, but if it is an option you decide to take then it is important that you can prove the person was involved in order for it to be successful.
Where could negligence occur?
If you have been the victim of medical negligence then you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation. Some examples of where this might occur include:
- Claims against a negligent surgeon
- Foreign objects left inside the body after treatment
- Incorrect dosage of anaesthetic, leading to consciousness or complications
- Perforation of organs during an operation
- Unhygienic equipment used during surgery
Can Medical Compensation 4U help me with my claim?
The team at Medical Compensation 4U has over 20 years’ experience in dealing with claims such as this so if you are in need of professional support then why not see what we can do for you? Members of our highly trained team will work alongside you every step of the way to ensure that you are receiving the best possible advice and that every penny of will go directly where it belongs – straight into your pocket. If you are still unsure about how we can help, then simply contact us today and speak to one of our experienced team members.