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Medical negligence, also known as clinical negligence, is the name given to an incident or series of incidents where a medical professional does not fulfil their duty of care to you and you are injured as a result. Sometimes, this could be due to a mistake on their part, an incorrect action or their inaction to do something when they should.
If you live in the Manchester area and have been let down by a medical professional, we may be able to help you claim for compensation for your injury. There are various types of medical negligence, which include:
Some of the types of different personal injury compensation claims that we can help Manchester residents with include:
If your treatment – whether it was through the NHS or private – didn’t meet adequate standards, you can contact Hampson Hughes to find out if you have a medical negligence claim. For your clinical negligence compensation claim to be successful, you will need to be able to show evidence that you have suffered as a result of the incident, which can include both physical and mental suffering. We can help you to seek the compensation to which you are entitled for what happened to you.
With medical negligence claims in Manchester, or anywhere in England and Wales, you have three years from when the negligence occurred to make a claim. If the negligence happened to someone under the age of 18, the three-year time limit starts on their 18th birthday. Sometimes, medical negligence cases can take some time to build, so it’s advisable to contact Hampson Hughes as soon as possible to discuss what happened to you before the compensation claim window passes.
As well as claiming for the injury itself, which was directly caused by the medical negligence, you may also be able to claim for other expenses and costs that you have incurred because of the incident. These may include:
It’s important to understand all the options for funding legal costs before you start a medical negligence claim. At Hampson Hughes, we can often work on these types of cases on a no win, no fee basis, which means that you will pay nothing if your case is not successful. However, we will discuss all the options during our free initial consultation, to find the funding solution that works best for you.
Contact us to start your claim today!