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Our leading medical injury solicitors will look into you’re A&E compensation claim case in detail, collecting relevant evidence from different well-trained medical professionals. These medical professionals evaluate what treatment and care you should have received and determines any future consequences to your wellbeing. They will also advise us on any potential treatment, which you will need in the upcoming years.

Start your claim now for Accident and Emergency (A&E) compensation, call our best medical injury claims solicitors for free today on 01772 25 22 22.

Accident and Emergency Claims

In medical emergencies, the Accident and Emergency department is usually contacted for as a first port of call if you have sustained an injury or fallen ill. The staff at the Accident and Emergemcy Department are usually well trained to provide the best possible service to you and ensure that you receive the best possible care before you reach the hospital. Ambulances usually also consist of many medical equipment which can be used for the patient so that they can recieve the temporary care they need.

However, sometimes there can be mistakes with the procedure that is carried out or the temporary treatment that is given before you reach the hospital for a more permanent treatment. Althought the paramedics are well trained in the job they do, even they can make mistakes in either handling the patient or providing them with the care they need. Amongst all the mistakes and errors in the procedure, the ones which you can be made eligible to claim compensation are as follows:

  • Patient being sent home without an underlying problem being properly treated
  • Signs or symptoms of serious conditions being missed
  • Failure to offer necessary measures such as x-rays or medical scans
  • Not arranging for tests to determine the severity of the condition

When Can I Make an Accident and Emergency Claim?

The variety of injuries are numerous and can range from minor problems to more severe, fatal consequences. Amongst the errors that our medical negligence solicitors have extensively dealt with and can result in an Accident and Emergency compensation are as follows:

  • Undiagnosed fractures
  • Wrongful hospital discharge
  • Improper cleaning of wound
  • Failure to diagnose septicaemia
  • Delay in examination or treatment
  • Failure or misdiagnosis of an ailment
  • Failure to suggest further tests and treatment
  • Inaccurate treatment of the medical condition
  • Failure to take adequate care after the opration procedures
  • Failure to conduct proper investigations or interpret examination results

If you or your loved one was admitted to the Accident and Emergency Department and was a victim of clinical negligence or any other type of negligence, you may be entitled to make an Accident and Emergency compensation claim. We, at Turner White Solicitors are dedicated to help the victims of all types of Accident and Emergency negligence claims.

Why should I Make An Accident and Emergency Claim?

Your A&E claim can earn you the much-needed compensation that can help you to pay your medical expenses for any current or future care and treatment as well as the compensation can recover any lost earnings after time away from work. Your claim for compensation will also highlight the neglectful treatment often being carried out by NHS doctors and medical staff or any other private hospital. Also, carrying out a claim will also prevent other people to suffer the same medical damage as it may cause realisation in the NHS department about the number of claims being made against them for medical negligence. Moreover, claiming A&E negligence claim will also help you recover the cost of adaptations to your home and life.

How Much Compensation Can I Claim?

The amount of A&E compensation awarded in this case depends on a number of different aspects. These aspects can include the severity of the injury caused, combined with any financial losses., the effect the damage has had on your life outside work, and whether your medical injury was caused due to negligence will require further treatment and care.

What Evidence Do I Need to Make a Clinical Negligence Claim?

For clinical negligence cases, it is important to gather as much evidence and information as possible to ensure you successfully claim compensation. This is because clinical negligence cases are generally harder to fight than other types of cases, due to a lot of complications arising when diagnosing and treating illnesses and rights. You should ensure you have enough evidence to make your case strong. You should take a note of the following at the earliest possible date:

  • The date and time of your visit
  • The condition you went with
  • The names of the staff who treated you (if possible)
  • The nature of the treatment offered i.e. diagnosis, type of treatment etc.
  • The reasons why you feel this treatment was in some way negligent
  • Evidence which can be easy to obtain and does not require much time

How Long Do I Have To Make A Claim?

There is often a time limit in which you can make a clinical negligence claim. In most medical negligence cases, you have 3 years to make a compensation claim, starting from the date the negligence happened or the date you first became aware that you have suffered from negligence, which is also known as the 'date of knowledge'

However, it is important to contact us as soon as possible so that we can begin to gather evidences for your claim. Moreover, as the incident remains fresh in your mind, evidences become easier to collect and this causes your case to become stronger

We Can Give You The Advice You Need... We Can Help You Claim!

For a free consultation about an accident and emergency (A&E) compensation claim, call our No Win No Fee medical injury solicitors on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or start your claim online and we will call you.

When you contact us, you don't have to start your accident and emergency (A&E) claim immediately. So, if you're unsure whether you're ready to step on the first stages of your compensation claim, or whether your delayed treatment or misdiagnosis was a medical professional's fault, Turner White Solicitors can provide you the guidance and information, which you need to establish your claim and we ensure you that we will not force you to start a claim.

For more information on accident and emergency (A&E) compensation claims, get in touch with us on 01772 25 22 22 or request a call back or simply fill the form, and our expert team of  accident and emergency (A&E) negligence solicitors will get back to you and give you the suitable legal advice.