Medical Negligence Claims In Scotland

Scotland’s Medical Negligence Claims Experts, we can help you make a successful claim for compensation

Medical Negligence Solicitors In Scotland | Clinical Negligence Solicitors

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The United Kingdom has earned a reputation for providing one of the world’s best healthcare services. However, despite all the regulations, there are some instances when a medical negligence can occur.

 

Medical negligence refers to the oversight of a medical practitioner, even if the intention is not to cause harm. Negligence can occur in the following cases:

 

  • Providing a delay in diagnosis
  • Giving the wrong diagnoses
  • Implementing the wrong treatment
  • Surgical errors (those which could have been easily avoided)
  • Failure to offer treatment
  • Birth injuries
  • Error in prescriptions
  • Lack of consent before performing medical operations.

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    Medical negligence can take place in a hospital, private clinic, as well as care homes. It can be a result of a lack of judgement by a doctor, surgeon, hospital staff, or any other healthcare professional.

    Medical Negligence Claim

    Medical negligence claims are a way to claim compensation following an accident or misdiagnosis. At Wallace Legal, you have access to experienced medical negligence solicitors, who can handle the legalities of the claim. Wallace Legal words under the CFA agreement, also known as the No Win No Fee, therefore, you do not have to worry about the financial risks involved.

    Types of Medical Negligence Claims

    There are various types of medical negligence claims that you can make. These include:

    • Amputation
    • Wrongfully- administered anaesthetics
    • Brain injuries
    • Care home negligence.
    • Cosmetic surgery errors.
    • Dental negligence.
    • Spinal injuries due to medical negligence.
    • Prescription errors.
    • Nerve injuries caused by surgical errors.

    What Factors Influence the Medical Negligence Claim?

    As every case is different, the compensation amount can vary from claim to claim. However, there are a few major factors that can affect the overall claim amount.

    1. The time duration. According to the regulations imposed by the Scottish Law, you can submit a medical negligence claim up until three years after the accident has passed.
    2. The circumstances of the accident can also play a role in determining the settlement amount.
    3. The presence of evidence to support the claim, along with the time duration for evidence collection can have an affect on your case.
    4. The nature of injuries.

    You can submit a medical negligence claim if the negligence took place within the last three years and if the suffered injury was not your fault. The team at Wallace Legal can assist you with acquiring compensation for both general and special damages.

    We have a team of experienced solicitors to help you secure the maximum settlement amount. Get in touch with us today to submit your medical negligence claim.

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    Wallace Legal is a client-centric firm. We prioritise the needs of our clients making sure that your case is handled with extreme diligence and care. Our objective is to comprehensively study the nature of every claim, ensuring you receive maximum compensation.