Compensation for poor NHS care
The NHS provides the UK with a range of healthcare options available to anyone who contributes to the National Insurance system. In general, the NHS is a very well-governed and high quality health service which makes healthcare available to people regardless of how much or how little money they have, and gives good quality healthcare to everyone.
Unfortunately, in some situations mistakes can be made and this is true throughout the NHS system. If you have been treated in an NHS hospital or by an NHS nurse or doctor, and you feel that negligence on their behalf has led to the worsening of your injuries or the development of new injuries, then you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
WHO COULD I CLAIM AGAINST FOR POOR NHS CARE?
If you believe that you have suffered injuries at the hands of poor NHS care then there are a number of people who you may consider making a compensation claim against. If your injuries were sustained during surgery or treatment then you could make a claim against the nurse or doctor who was responsible for your care. In addition, if you feel that you were treated poorly in an NHS hospital then you could consider a claim against the hospital management.
HOW COULD I SUFFER FROM POOR NHS CARE?
There are a number of different ways that you could be the victim of poor NHS care, but some of the most common claims that we deal with include:
- Poor treatment in an NHS hospital
- Negligence on behalf of an NHS nurse or doctor
- Misdiagnosis or mistreatment
- Failure to prescribe adequate medication, or prescribing incorrect medication
- Failure to diagnose a serious illness or injury
WORKING TOGETHER, HOW CAN MEDICAL COMPENSATION 4U HELP ME?
At Medical Compensation 4U we pride ourselves on providing you with the best service throughout your compensation claim. Our team will work with you throughout the personal injury claim process, to ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve. We will also handle all of the paperwork for you, leaving you to sit back, relax and focus on your own health and well-being.