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Click to play, Sara explains Medical Negligence Compensation.
Our experience means we are consistently in “The Legal 500 – the client’s guide to the UK legal profession” and the “Chambers UK - client guide to the legal profession”.
If your injury was caused by a faulty medical device (for example an artificial hip joint) you may be able to claim under the Consumer Protection Act 1987. This also applies to medical products for example if you were injured or made ill from a blood product.
If this is the case your claim would be against the manufacturer of the product or the importer or the supplier not the hospital or doctor who treated you. We specialise in this type of claim.
If you think you have been adversely affected or injured by defective equipment or medicines we can help and advise whether you have a claim. Such claims may include;
If you have suffered injury or loss of sight as a result of an eye operation or treatments you may be entitled to compensation. Similarly if your sight has been impaired because of clinical negligence you may be entitled to compensation.
In effect it is imposing on the parties a duty to mediate. There are a long line of cases setting out that failures to agree to medication can mean a winner does not get all his costs, or a loser has to pay even more costs.Read more