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Clinical Negligence Resources

Resources available for clients in the Clinical Negligence field

Funding Clinical Negligence Claims

Clinical negligence claims are expensive to run because of the detailed investigations that are needed, the often complex subject matter and the involvement of experts by each party.  Ways of funding your claim are as follows: […]

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Pursuing a Claim for Clinical Negligence

If you are seeking compensation for negligent treatment received by you then you should instruct a specialist clinical negligence Solicitor who will pursue a civil claim on your behalf.  Some of the relevant issues relating to your case will be: […]

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NHS Complaints Procedure

Most medical care and treatment goes well, but things occasionally go wrong and you may want to complain.  So where do you start?  Every NHS Organisation has a complaints procedure.  To find out about it, ask a member of staff, look on the hospital or Trust's website, or contact the Complaints Department for more information. […]

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Defective Hip Replacement Surgery

On 24th August 2010 one of the world's major manufacturers of replacement hip joints, De Puy, (a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson) recalled two of its products in light of concerns that had been expressed regarding potential defects with the implants. […]

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Slipped Upper Femoral Epiphysis

A slipped epiphysis occurs when the growth plate of the femur slips out of position. It is a condition most common amongst 10-16 year olds and occurs twice as often in boys as in girls. Although associated with obesity, it can also occur in tall, thin individuals. […]

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Retinal Detachment

Retinal detachment is a serious medical condition that can lead to loss of vision and even blindness if it is not detected and treated appropriately. Retinal detachment affects about one in 20,000 people. The short sighted are at particularly high risk, where retinal detachment affects approximately one in 20 people. […]

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