Hospitals and care homes have a duty of care to provide reasonable and appropriate medical and care services. If hospitals and care homes fail to provide the appropriate quality of service, which may be due to poor policy and practice, the consequences can be very serious, ranging from serious injury to long-term health issues, or even death.
We can provide guidance and advice on your rights in these situations, including commencing action against a hospital and care home if they have failed in their duty of care. Examples of such failure, where you should seek advice include:
Serious injury or death caused by negligence
Lack of care
Wrong diagnosis or treatment
Infections, which could be caused by a lack of cleanliness or failing to follow correct procedures
Not moving a patient over a prolonged period so that they develop severe bed sores
Failure to deal adequately with a complaint
Refusal of access to medical information or treatment
If you believe that you have not received the correct level of care and treatment, then why not call us today. We can evaluate your situation and determine the best course of action for you. We provide honest and pragmatic advice and will only act in your best interest. If you do not have a claim and/ or your claim is not worth pursuing, we shall let you know as soon as possible.
Please contact us on 0800 567 7595 or by email at [email protected]
Alternatively, you can contact each of our offices on 020 3292 1306 (London); 0121 259 0005 (Birmingham); 01223 420252 (Cambridge); 01865 784098 (Oxford); 01858 414284 (Market Harborough); 0116 208 1495 (Leicester).
OFFICES AND GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVICED BY US
We have offices in London, Birmingham, Cambridge, Oxford (all by appointment only), Leicester and our administrative office is in Market Harborough, Leicestershire.
All correspondence and post should be sent to our Administrative office in Market Harborough and we shall not be liable in the event that correspondence is sent elsewhere.
We provide legal services all over England and Wales.