Injured in Casualty Compensation

If you are involved in a serious accident then casualty is usually the first place that you are taken and if you do find yourself in this environment then you could find that you are in need of serious medical assistance. Being in casualty is the last place that anyone wants to be, but if you do find yourself in this situation then chances are you will be requiring the best medical attention available and any mistakes here could be costly.

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Accidents which happen in casualty can lead to very serious health issues over a long term and can seriously hamper your chances of a proper recovery. If you find yourself suffering in this situation, then you could look to make a compensation claim to cover any costs that you have sustained.

What types of injuries might I sustain in Casualty?

if you are treated with negligence in casualty there are a number of different injuries that you could potentially sustain. These include head and neck injuries if your neck is not appropriately supported or if you are not provided with ample oxygen in addition to physical injuries from the result of surgery. If you have been the victim of negligence in casualty then the biggest injury that you will probably suffer from is a failure to treat or adequately deal with your existing injury - making it worse.

What are some situations where a claim could be made?

You can make a compensation claim in a wide range of different situations, some common examples of these include:

  • Claims for failure to diagnose an injury
  • Claims for waiting periods to treat a serious injury
  • Claims for failed treatment or the wrong treatment given
  • Claims for failure to give medicines or painkillers
  • Claims for failed surgery.

How can Manners Pimblett provide me with assistance?

If you feel that you have been the victim of negligence while in casualty, you could look at making a compensation claim to recoup any damages that you have sustained as a result. These damages could include any medical expenses or financial damages that you have sustained through not being able to work. If you do find yourself in this situation and you are considering making a claim, then get in touch with the Manners Pimblett team today on 0845 077 0772. 

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