If you have suffered injury as a consequence of medical treatment that you have received from a health care provider then you may be entitled to compensation.
If a health service provider's treatment falls below the acceptabe standard then you may be entitled to pursue a negligence claim.
Negligent treatment may include:
- failing to perform surgery with reasonable care and skill such as leaving instruments inside you or removing the wrong body part;
- failing to or delay in diagnosing a condition;
- failing to or delaying treatment or a referral to a specialist or testing;
- failing to advise and/or treat you on test results.
There are strict time limits that apply to pursue a claim and you should seek immediate legal advice.
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