Medical Negligence

Birth Negligence Claims: What to Expect When Things Go Wrong
Posted on January 16, 2017 By MIC_Admin

Injuries or complications during the delivery of a baby can be devastating and incredibly hard to deal with. Many affected families make birth negligence claims to help put their lives back together.

NHS Barcode Programme Aims to Eliminate Dangerous and Costly Errors
Posted on January 13, 2017 By MIC_Admin

Too many patients are suffering from avoidable medical errors according to the government. A new barcode system should help eliminate or reduce damaging errors both in terms of cost to the taxpayer and harm to the patient.

Delays in the Diagnosis of Charcot's Foot Could Give Rise to a Medical Negligence Claim
Posted on January 10, 2017 By MIC_Admin

Charcot foot (or 'Charcot arthropathy') is a rare complication of diabetes. Because doctors do not see it very often, many people are diagnosed too late. The later it is treated the worse the outcome. Some people end up in wheelchairs. Others have amputations.

Victim of a Surgical Blunder? Consider a Hospital Negligence Claim
Posted on January 9, 2017 By MIC_Admin

When you go under the knife, you expect to wake up better off. It doesn’t always turn out that way, however, and victims of surgical mishaps should look into the possibility of making a hospital negligence claim.

Medical Negligence Claims: How to Build a Winning Case
Posted on December 19, 2016 By MIC_Admin

When a medical procedure or treatment goes wrong, it need not be the end of the world. Claiming your rightful compensation is the first step to a better, more secure life.