Heptonstalls’ clinical negligence solicitors are very familiar with the fact that:
If you or a member of your family has suffered an injury as a result of the negligence of a doctor or health professional, you may be entitled to make a clinical negligence compensation claim.
There are many different types of areas for clinical negligence claims. You may have been injured in one of the following areas:
Clinical negligence is an area of law that is highly specialised. It takes a considerable amount of knowledge and experience in order to represent claimants successfully.
Our advice to you is:
In order to win a compensation claim in the clinical negligence area, you are required by the law to prove:
Before we make a clinical negligence compensation claim, we will discuss the NHS Complaints Procedure as you may need to submit a complaint prior to pursuing a compensation claim.
Heptonstalls specialise in the following area:
Clinical Negligence: Although the UK’s health treatment is known to be of a high standard, mistakes are made and this can have devastating effects on individuals and families.
Spinal Injury: Injuries of this type can leave the victim paralysed or with serious mobility difficulties and other health problems.
Brain Injury: A serious head injury can lead to needing long term specialist care.
If you, a member of your family or somebody who you know is a victim of Clinical Negligence, get in touch for a confidential and free consultation with one of our specialist solicitors.
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We cover East & West Yorkshire and nationally.
The Members of Heptonstalls Clinical Negligence are all Solicitors of England and Wales.
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