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Risk-free surgery does not exist. As a patient, you are entitled to expect the very highest standards of medical treatment and care throughout all stages of your surgery. Despite this, even in the care of the most highly trained surgeons, you can suffer as a result of mistakes made, poor operator technique and surgical errors with devastating consequences.
Mistakes can also occur after the operation has taken place, such as failure to identify infection, a perforation, bleeding, organ malfunction or even an obstruction.
Medical care for errors in surgery can range from a need to be monitored to requiring further surgery and extensive rehabilitation. The range of errors is vast with every case being different depending on the facts.
It is vital that you maximise your recovery through active rehabilitation. Our aim is also to help you to rebuild your life and we can do this by obtaining interim payments of compensation wherever possible. These can help you with your:
Some people who suffer from errors made during surgery will require support for the rest of their lives. We have a wide range of contacts with organisations who can support you and work closely with you. These include:
If you think you may have suffered medical negligence due to a surgical error, you or your family should contact a solicitor as soon as possible. The sooner we can commence work on your claim the sooner we can begin to assist you.
Whilst we deal with your claim, our specialist community care team can also provide advice on your entitlement to health and social care support at home whilst your claim is being progressed.
If you believe that you or someone you know has suffered as a result of medical negligence please contact Tim Spring. We deal with clients throughout the country and we will visit you at your home, hospital or rehabilitation unit.
sarmad.gassoud | 04.02.2019