Thoracic Surgery Claims
When thoracic surgery goes wrong, there can be serious consequences for the patient. Our medical negligence team have the knowledge and expertise to deal with thoracic surgery claims successfully.
What is thoracic surgery?
Thoracic surgery involves the treatment of diseases that affect organs inside the thorax (chest cavity). It generally involves treatment of conditions of the lungs, chest wall and diaphragm.
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If you think you, or your child has suffered due to Thoracic Surgery Negligence, our specialist team of solicitors can help you recover the compensation you and your family deserve, Call us today or start your claim online and we will call you back.
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