Most of the complications experienced by diabetes sufferers can be lessened or avoided by appropriate action. Learn more about making complications with diabetes claims below.
Extended Delays in Treatment
Delayed treatment claims and compensation are to do with treatments not being done in the recommended time frame. Contact us now to learn more.
Let our team help with your genitalia negligence claims. Complications include nerve damage and mismanagement of conditions.
Kidneys are the organs which filter blood to dispose of waste products, so kidney negligence can be life changing. Let us help with your kidney medical claims.
Cauda Equina Misdiagnosed at St Mary’s Hospital
Misdiagnosis of Cauda Equina causes life changing illness
Girl left brain damaged because doctor was "working all night"
A young Doctor at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow had failed to correctly take the medical history of the girl because he was tired from working all night.
Leicestershire GP Misdiagnoses Cancer As Muscular Problem
A Leicestershire lady was misdiagnosed with muscle pain by her GP which was later found to be terminal cancer.
Misdiagnosis of meningitis caused brain damage
A girl taken to A&E at Dorset County hospital at the age of six was left with brain damage after the hospital discharged her even though she had meningitis.
Patient Set Herself On Fire On A Mental Health Ward
A 56 year old woman with a history of burning herself died in a Peterborough hospital after setting herself on fire with a cigarette lighter.
Teenage boy who suffered shoulder injury at birth is awarded compensation
During the birth of the teenager, his shoulder became lodged causing a serious shoulder injury called shoulder dystocia (nerve damage).
Misdiagnosis of subarachnoid haemorrhage
A subarachnoid Haemorrhage or bleed on the brain is a type of stroke which is uncommon but a very serious medical condition, in some cases it can be fatal. The NHS choices website states that a subarachnoid Haemorrhage accounts for one in every twenty (5%) of all strokes in the UK.