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- What Is Paramedic Negligence?
- What are the Most Common Examples of Paramedic Negligence?
- What Common Injuries Can Be Caused by Paramedic Negligence?
- Can I Claim for Paramedic Manual Handling Injuries?
- Can Paramedic Negligence Cause Birth Injuries?
- What Kinds of Birth Injuries Can Medical Negligence Cause?
- What if The Injury Is Caused by Outdated Equipment?
- How Common is Paramedic Negligence?
- Can Paramedic Negligence Be Fatal?
- Will Paramedic Negligence Cause Long-Term Injuries?
- How Long Do I Have to Claim for Paramedic Negligence?
- What About DNR Compensation Claims?
- Am I Eligible to Claim for Paramedic Negligence?
- How Much Could I Expect to Receive for Paramedic Negligence?
- Why Are Paramedic Negligence Injuries So Serious?
- How Much Compensation Are My Paramedic Negligence Injuries Worth?
- What Kinds of Medical/Paramedic Negligence Will I Be Able to Claim For?
- Where Can I Find More Information About Paramedic Negligence?
- Why Choose Tylers Solicitors for Paramedic Negligence Claims?
Paramedic negligence occurs when a paramedic doesn’t treat you with competence. As the first healthcare professional to treat most accidents and emergencies, the choices of a paramedic can be extremely important. Paramedic negligence can be a serious example of medical negligence.
There are many different examples of paramedic negligence which can seriously impact your health. These can include:
- Delays in Arriving at The Hospital.
- Failing to Arrive at the Incident.
- Misdiagnosis of Conditions.
- Failure to Medicate the Patient at the Scene, if Required.
Paramedic negligence can cause a range of serious injuries. These can include:
- Brain Damage, following Airway, Breathing and Circulation (ABC) Negligence.
- Spinal Cord Injuries Following Incorrect Stabilisation.
- Blood Loss from Poorly Treated Wounds.
- Allergic Reactions from Incorrect Medication.
- Tourniquet Injuries.
If your paramedics have attempted to move you, and you’ve suffered as a result, this is an example of negligence. This can include anything from bruises to broken bones in some cases. As such, paramedic manual handling injuries are worth claiming for.
It is possible for medical negligence to result in serious injuries during childbirth. This can affect both the mother and the baby. If you were attended by paramedics during childbirth, and you’ve suffered an injury, you may be eligible to claim compensation.
Paramedic and medical negligence can, unfortunately, cause a range of potential birth injuries. These injuries can include:
- Anaesthesia Complications.
- Failure to Recognise or Treat Breathing Difficulties.
- Improper Resuscitation Causing Injury.
- Excessive Force or Improper Use of Tools.
- Delayed Delivery.
- Heating Pads/Blanket Burns.
If you’ve suffered an injury due to a paramedic using outdated equipment, then you can still hold that paramedic responsible. In these cases, however, it is more common for the claim to be made against the hospital which equipped the paramedic.
In most cases, paramedics and emergency responders cannot be faulted in their commitment to their patients. However, occasionally – either by act or omission – paramedics can display negligence towards their compensation. In these cases, medical negligence can be extremely serious.
Medical negligence can be fatal to all kinds of patients. Ineffective treatment can be particularly dangerous to the elderly, or those involved in serious accidents such as traffic collisions. If your loved one has died following medical negligence, contact Tylers Solicitors today.
It is possible for medical negligence to result in a variety of long-term injuries. These could be long-term chronic pain, or even paralysis. If you’ve been forced to live with the results of a negligent paramedic, get in touch with Tylers today.
You have up to 3 years to claim following your medical negligence experienced. This should be plenty of time to decide if you want to make a claim. It can also be long enough to understand the impact of any long-term injuries.
If you have a do not resuscitate order (DNR), which paramedics ignore, then this is another example of medical negligence. DNR compensation claims are rare but can be made if you have made your DNR wishes expressly clear to the medical professional.
If you’ve suffered any kind of injury due to clinical negligence, then you are eligible to claim. Simply contact our experienced team today. We’ll help you to understand if you have a viable claim and how much you should be claiming for.
The amount of compensation that you receive will be dependent on the severity of your injuries. Long-term injuries, for example, are worth more than short-term issues. To make your medical negligence injury compensation claims, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.
Injuries caused by clinical negligence are extremely serious for several reasons. In many cases, they can be much more serious than minor medical negligence issues.
Firstly, when a paramedic is called, there is someone suffering from medical distress. In most cases, that causes the patient to be in a weak or vulnerable state. Therefore, any medical negligence can cause injuries which are more serious than they might be to a health individual. This is also true when considering paramedic manual handling injuries, which can easily result in broken bones and worse.
When the paramedics arrive on the scene, there is going to be a medical emergency. As such, failing to treat this medical emergency quickly and efficiently can lead to serious health issues. Negligence relating to the treatment of a medical condition can cause the symptoms to grow worse. In some cases, this negligence can even lead to fatalities.
Paramedics are well-trained and professional medical experts who can deliver a range of emergency treatments. However, they are only human and can make mistakes. These mistakes can cost people their lives. At the very least, paramedic negligence is likely to have a serious effect on the patient’s long-term health.
The severity of your injuries, in addition to any long-term complications, will dictate the value of your claim. Minor injuries are worth less than serious medical issues, for example. Any kind of medical negligence can cause mistrust of the medical profession; as such, the compensation that you receive needs to reflect that.
Over the years, the experienced team at Tylers Solicitors has provided range of personal injury and medical negligence services. We have helped all kinds of people, from all walks of life, to get the compensation that they are entitled to. Any kind of medical negligence can lead to long-term health issues and prevent you from being able to work. As such, making a claim for compensation is essential.
Depending on the kind of injury that you suffer from, you might even be unable to drive or attend social events. Thanks to the professional team of no-win, no-fee legal experts at Tylers, we can help you to get the compensation you are entitled to. Our no-win, no-fee team can help you to move on with your life following any kind of clinical negligence injury.
Whether you’re suffering from long-term health effects, or you recovered from the issue, get in touch with our team today. The specialist legal team at Tylers can help you to get the compensation you deserve. We operate a no-win, no-fee service, which means you’ll be able to make a compensation claim against the paramedic or medical responsible for your health concerns. Whatever kind of injury you’ve suffered, get in touch with the no-win, no-fee team at Tylers Solicitors today. The compensation that you can receive will be essential when it comes to recovering from health concerns, replacing lost wages and recovering from your personal suffering.
Paramedic Negligence Compensation Amounts
|Type of Injury Caused by Paramedic Negligence||Description of Injury||Amount of Compensation|
|Injuries Caused by Paramedic Manual Handling||These manual handling injuries can cover all kinds of physical damage. This can include anything from broken bones, severe bruising and long-term chronic pain. The more severe the injury, the more compensation you’ll be entitled to.||£500 to £110,000.|
|Head and Neck Injuries Related to Medical/Paramedic Negligence||These can be relatively minor injuries. However, they can also lead to serious brain injury, or long-term mobility problems, particularly when these injuries are related to existing medical conditions.||£1,500 to £275,000.|
|Epilepsy||If your medical treatment causes you to suffer an epileptic fit, then you’ll be able to make a claim for compensation. This can occur whether you have a pre-existing epileptic condition or not.||£8,400 to £119,650.|
|Injuries involving Paralysis||Whether you’ve been left with temporary or permanent paralysis, you’ll be able to claim. This paralysis can be caused by incorrect medication or other examples of paramedic negligence.||£39,300 to £322,060.|
|Injuries to Internal Organs||There are all kinds of internal injuries which paramedic negligence can cause. This can be due to improperly carried out medical procedures, or ineffective medication.||£1,000 to £167,800.|
If you’ve suffered any kind of clinical negligence in the UK, you’ll be able to make a claim for compensation. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee compensation claims, you’ll be able to get the compensation and the justice that you deserve.
Whether you’ve suffered due to a medical mistake, a manual handling injury or due to faulty equipment, get in touch with our team today. You can reach our team of no-win, no-fee legal experts to understand how viable your claim is. We can help you to make informed medical negligence claims against paramedics and first-responders.
- Citizens’ Advice: Clinical Negligence in the NHS
- Citizens’ Advice: NHS Patients’ Rights
- MIND: Clinical Negligence
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a comprehensive range of legal services for all kinds of medical negligence claims. Whether you suffer from short-term or long-term symptoms related to the negligence claim, get in touch with our team today.
Whether you’ve suffered due to serious medical negligence, or undergone a short-term injury, get in touch with our team today. You can reach our professional team of no-win, no-fee legal experts by calling us directly on 0800 699 0079. You can also choose to send any questions or concerns through our simple online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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