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When a medical professional fails to provide appropriate care for a diabetes patient, we can help.
Clinical Negligence can occur through the treatment of diabetes when a medical professional does not provide an appropriate quality of care towards their patient. This most frequently happens when diabetes is misdiagnosed, or if there is a delay in diagnosis and/or if treatment and care following diagnosis is not properly carried out.
Complications surrounding diabetes can occur as a result of substandard care from a healthcare professional, which ultimately could have been prevented with better practice. Delays in diagnosis can be one of the main factors in diabetes claims. Research suggests that Type 2 diabetes patients often face a two-year delay before diagnosis.
People with diabetes are much more likely to suffer from health complications than the general population. Diabetics are two and a half times more likely to have a heart attack and twice as likely to have a stroke than a non-diabetic. Therefore, it is crucial that your condition is handled swiftly and correctly, to avoid any further challenges.
If you or a loved one has suffered from complications of diabetes that could have been prevented, you may be entitled to make a diabetes compensation claim. Our expert team can help you with this.
At Price Slater Gawne, our expert team of specialist Clinical Negligence solicitors will make sure that you are fully supported throughout the claims process. We have more than 30 years’ combined experience dealing with diabetic and vascular claims, so be assured we will bring our renowned expertise and highly rated legal time to your case.
If you have been affected by clinical errors related to your condition and would like to arrange a no-obligation conversation with a member of the Price Slater Gawne team, please contact our Clinical Negligence department on 03333 058375 or by email to ClinNeg@psg-law.co.uk
Vascular disease is an abnormal condition of the blood vessels – arteries and veins – and if undiagnosed and/or untreated, can lead to serious consequences such as disability or even death.
The most common vascular diseases are stroke, peripheral artery disease (PAD), abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), carotid artery disease (CAD), pulmonary embolism (blood clots), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), varicose veins (VV), critical limb ischemia (CLI) and arteriovenous malformation (AVM).
In addition, we also work with clients suffering peripheral artery disease (PAD), a common condition where a build-up of fatty deposits in the arteries restricts blood supply to leg muscles. It’s also known as peripheral vascular disease (PVD).
The symptoms of PAD often develop slowly, over time. If your symptoms develop quickly, or get suddenly worse, it could be a sign of a serious problem requiring immediate treatment. Claims for compensation resulting from a vascular negligence can also arise as a result of:
Claims can also arise as a result of problems during vascular surgery including minor procedures and the types of injuries vary but can include:
If you have been affected by any of the issues outlined above and would like to arrange a no-obligation conversation with a member of the Price Slater Gawne team, please contact our Clinical Negligence department on 03333 058375 or by email to ClinNeg@psg-law.co.uk
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“PSG handled the clinical negligence case for our daughter with care, compassion and professionalism at all times. They kept us well informed, translated the medical jargon into layman’s terms so we understood what was happening with the case and managed it through to a successful conclusion.” Mrs E
“Price Slater Gawne to my mind is one of the best in this field. Their specialist clinical negligence team is incredibly strong. This firm is at the top of my list of personal recommendations when asked by friends and family.” Legal 500
“Tenacious and committed. I am very grateful: I could not have wished for a better outcome.” Mrs JB
“I would highly recommend anyone who feels they have been treated negligently to contact PSG.” Mr T
"The level of expertise from the firm has been outstanding, covering all angles of the case." Chambers & Partners
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"Excellent and hard working – they are dogged in their determination to put right wrongs which have arisen as a result of medical negligence." Legal 500
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