We are pleased to be able to open our offices to clients and visitors once more as of 1 July 2020. All visits will be by appointment only.

 

To enable us to welcome you to the office in line with current Government advice, we have put strict guidelines in place to ensure the health and safety of our clients/visitors and our staff.

 

Please ensure you read our guidelines below BEFORE visiting our offices and follow them during your visit: Click here for full guidelines

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Consent to Treatment

Were you treated without your permission?

Unless you are unconscious and need to undergo a life-saving procedure, or you are otherwise incapable of giving consent, then medical professionals have to have your permission in both a voluntary sense (the decision to be treated was yours and yours alone), and an informed sense (you were given information that allowed you to understand the procedure fully).

If you or a loved one received medical treatment without giving consent then you may be entitled to compensation. Medical professionals need your permission whether it is a blood test or a major operation. Contact us, and we can help establish whether you are entitled to claim.

Get in touch with our expert Medical Negligence team today by clicking here.

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