Hospital Negligence Claims

HOSPITAL NEGLIGENCE

TYPES OF HOSPITAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS

Every hospital negligence claim differs from patient to patient, making it a bit of a challenge to understand what constitutes a reason for bringing a case against the hospital. At Tritent Legal, we work with medical negligence claims each and every day, and some of the most common issues brought to our attention include the following types of claims:

  • Hospital acquired infections, such as MRSA, Clostridium Difficile, and MSSA
  • Negligent delay in treatment or surgery
  • Claims relating to pressure sores
  • Misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose and treat
  • Negligence (Duty of Care)
  • Amputation
  • Incorrect medication given
  • Incorrect hospital treatment
  • Surgical negligence
  • A&E negligence
  • NHS negligence
  • ENT negligence
  • Failure to monitor fluid levels
  • Errors of omission, including failure to administer antibiotics or thrombo-embolic prophylaxis

Although these are the most common hospital negligence claims we deal with for patients and their families, other situations may arise that create cause for a claim against a hospital. If you’re not sure if you have a reason for a medical negligence claim, our friendly and understanding team are available to help you determine your next steps and with us, it costs you nothing to find out if you have a case.

WHO PAYS FOR HOSPITAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS?

Bringing a case against a hospital for any of the issues listed above may seem overwhelming given the size of the institution. Although some effort has been made to open the lines of communication between hospitals and patients suffering from negligent care, it is not often an easy task to get the information you and your loved ones need to understand what took place and the course of action you should take moving forward.
Fortunately, when a mistake has been made, we are here to help. At Tritent Legal, it costs you nothing to find out if you have a case, as we always work on a no win, no fee basis with no upfront costs. If you do not have a case, or if the case is not successful once started, so long as you have worked with us and cooperated, you will walk away without having to pay a penny. That’s our promise to you and your family.
We not only fight to receive answers to your questions, but also to secure the compensation you need to make yourself and your family financially whole again. Compensation for hospital infections, incorrect hospital treatment, misdiagnosis or delayed hospital diagnosis, or any other type of medical negligence may include any of the following:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Payment for treatment
  • Loss of income
  • Necessary medical equipment or outside care
  • Psychological damage

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Medical negligence can be related to the following malpractices :

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