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Doctor Negligence Compensation

Here at Pryers, we also have succeeded in many cases involving other professionals such as community midwives, district nurses, occupational therapists and physiotherapists.

Some of these – such as your family doctor – are people you’ll visit again and again over the years, whereas others, such as physiotherapists, might only be working with you on a specific health complaint.

Regardless of this fact, any of these professionals have a duty to look after you properly. If they cause you injury or illness during your treatment, you could be entitled to compensation.

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Types of GP claims

Claims against GP’s include the following;

  • Failing to diagnose meningitis
  • Failing to diagnose brain haemorrhage
  • Failing to diagnose aortic aneurism
  • Failing to diagnose cauda equine syndrome
  • Failing to refer a patient for cancer investigations
  • Failing to make planned referrals
  • Prescribing the wrong medication/mis-prescriptions
  • Failing to diagnose unstable angina, leading to cardiac arrest

What’s Next?

The above is not an exhaustive list and if you have received poor treatment at the hands of any GP or healthcare professional, or feel that you have been neglected by your GP, then contact our team of experts to discuss your individual circumstances. You can do this by calling us on 1904556600 or visiting our contact us page.

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