Compensation for medical negligence in Knowsley

Generally if you have a medical health condition or illness then a visit to your local GP or doctor is a great way to get it fixed and put yourself back on the road to recovery, and in general when you do head to healthcare professional they will usually provide you with the help and assistance that you are looking for to get you on your way.

Unfortunately, this is not always the case and if you do find that you have been a victim of medical negligence in Knowsley then you could look to make a claim for compensation to cover any additional costs that you have sustained as a result.

If I am injured in Knowsley, where might I look to make a claim?

Compensation claims can be made in a whole host of different situations, but some common examples of where you could look to make a claim include:

·         Claims for errors made by a surgeon

·         Claims for errors made by a GP

·         Claims for a failure to adequately record information

·         Claims for direct negligence in a GP surgery

·         Claims for a failure in duty to care.

Who could I consider making a compensation claim against?

There are a number of people who you could consider claiming against, but in general if your claim is for medical negligence then you will look to claim against a medical professional who may have been negligent towards you. There are a number of medical professionals who could fall into this category and they include GPs, nurses and associated healthcare professionals.

What might I be able to make a claim for?

·         Pain and trauma – If you have been through trauma as a result of your accident then you could look to make a claim for compensation to cover any costs that you have incurred

·         Medical expenses and costs – if you have incurred medical costs and bills as a result of your injuries then you could look to claim for compensation to cover any potential costs

·         Earnings and income loss – if you have been left out of pocket from your injuries then you could consider making a compensation claim.