Compensation claims for negligence against an NHS nurse
The National Health Service is regarded as a national treasure in some areas of Britain, with thousands of trained staff providing a first class service for all of their patients. In general, the NHS is a well-organised health service offering a high quality standard of healthcare, which is available to anyone regardless of their income, while their nurses help guide you through your stay.
Unfortunately, in some situations mistakes can be made and this is true throughout the NHS system, and when they do they’re all the more devastating because the hospital is generally a place we trust. Although the majority of NHS employees are fantastic at what they do, mistakes can sometimes be made and if you are the victim of a mistake here then you shouldn’t have to suffer in silence anymore.
If you feel that you have suffered negligence in an NHS hospital while under the care of an NHS nurse, and you feel that carelessness on their behalf has led to decline in your existing injuries or the development of new injuries, then you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
In which situations might you look to claim for negligence against an NHS nurse?
A number of problems can potentially occur as the result of errors here, some common examples of where you could sustain injuries include:
· Surgical mistakes made during in the preparation process
· Poor treatment
· Negligence on behalf of an NHS nurse
· Incorrect medication
· Failure to diagnose a serious illness or injury.
Can I get Medical Compensation 4U to help me throughout my claim?
If you are looking for help with your compensation claim then you can’t go past what the highly experienced team at Medical Compensation 4U can offer. Working in conjunction with you, we can offer you the best possible service to ensure your case is won and that every penny of compensation that you are entitled to straight back into your pocket.
To find out more about what we can do, contact Medical Compensation 4U today!