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What Is The Process For Filing Clinical Negligence? | Current Articles

Posted Jan 25 2010 5:13pm 1 Comment

If you sought out medical treatment and believe you were possibly harmed by that treatment, it is possible the health practitioner was negligent in their duties.

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What Is The Process For Filing Clinical Negligence? | Current Articles

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There are cases when clinical negligence happens and the patient ends up injured either physically or mentally. In most cases the patient will dismiss everything and treat it normally. However, when the injury suffered is so great that it takes a toll on the physical or mental health of the patient, then perhaps it would be best to get the advice of a Clinical Negligence solicitor.

 

Getting legal advice can help cut threw the complications and define whether you have a case and what potential outcomes you may receive. Deciding on whether you have a case for clinical negligence can be complicated and you are best to think up front what outcomes you may want. For more information Click here.

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