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If you or a loved one has been let down through a failure in psychiatric care, contact us for help.
More and more people are turning to psychiatrists for support. Unfortunately, however, while modern psychiatry has come a long way, all too often our medical professionals still fail to treat mental health patients correctly.
With extensive experience helping victims of poor psychiatric care, at Price Slater Gawne, we help to secure the compensation our clients and their families deserve so that they can move forward with their lives in the most positive way possible.
We have acted for many people who have lost loved ones as a result of failures of care leading to preventable suicides and for patients who have had unnecessary periods of illness.
Situations that may give rise to psychiatric claims include:
We also pursue Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) claims and psychological injury claims.
If you or a loved one has been let down through a failure in psychiatric care, whether by a GP, Community Psychiatric Nurse or by staff at an NHS hospital or private clinic, we can help.
Contact us today for a no-obligation discussion on 03333 058375 or by email to ClinNeg@psg-law.co.uk for further information regarding how we can work with you to access the support you require. We’re here to help.
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“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
“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
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"PSG is outstanding in the clinical negligence field in my experience with their instructions always of the highest calibre, well prepared and set out, and they pursue the law in the greatest detail, providing an excellent service for their clients." Legal 500
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