Vascular Claims Errors and Solicitors
Our medical negligence team specialise in vascular surgery negligence claims. Our specialist solicitors have won many claims for victims of vascular surgery negligence, errors and medical mistakes.
The vascular system is more widely known as the arteries and veins in the body. Vascular Surgery is a specialist type of surgery in which diseases affecting this system are operated on, except that of the heart and brain.
Injuries to the peripheral nerves and those affecting blood supply, entrapment, blockage, dead tissue and sometimes amputation are just some of the problem areas leading to claims for medical negligence.
We have considerable experience of these cases and have recovered substantial compensation for our clients who have suffered vascular damage during surgery through medical negligence and medical mistakes.
For further information or if you believe you have an Vasculer Surgery Claim, please contact us.
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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