GP Negligence

Has your GP made a mistake?

More often than not, GPs do an excellent job in diagnosing and treating conditions. However, there are occasions when the correct steps are not followed. Generally, negligence can fall within two types: failing to do something, or acting in a way that causes harm.

Some common mistakes that GPs make include:

  • Failing to examine a patient properly
  • Failing to visit someone at home
  • Making an incorrect diagnosis
  • Issuing wrong prescriptions
  • Failing to consult specialists
  • Failing to keep adequate medical records

Whatever it is that you feel your GP has done, or failed to do, our solicitors can consider what happened and advise you as to whether you are entitled to any compensation.

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Where there has been a suspicion of sub-standard medical care provided by your GP, you may be entitled to make a claim. Should there be valid grounds to seek compensation, our team of experienced and sympathetic clinical negligence solicitors can help support and guide you and your
family through the investigation process.

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