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The specialist team at the Group Action Lawyers is able to assist anyone affected by the Royal Derby Hospital gynaecologist malpractice allegations.

If you have been affected by the consultant, or contacted by the NHS Trust to inform you require further care or investigation, you could be entitled to claim medical negligence compensation.

We have a great deal of experience in the complex area of medical negligence and we want to help anyone affected by these issues to get the justice that they deserve. We have a great deal of experience and specialism in large-scale medical matters as well, having recovered millions of pounds for clients over a number of years.

About the investigations

In late 2018, staff at the Royal Derby Hospital reportedly raised concerns about a consultant’s care which led to an investigation into 272 former patients’ treatment at the hospital. The investigation is looking at cases between 2017 and 2018, with the consultant in question leaving the hospital in June 2018.

The Trust is looking into all women who had undergone major surgeries such as hysterectomies, prolapse repairs and ovary removals. Some women have reported being in ‘excruciating pain’, and the NHS Trust has announced that at least eight women had been “unnecessarily harmed” by the consultant.

The Trust should inform all those who may be affected by the alleged actions of the consultant as soon as possible. If you have undergone major surgery, like the ones listed above, at the Royal Derby Hospital between 2017 and 2018, you may be affected. We can assess whether there is a potential case for you on a free and no-obligation basis.

Are you affected by the Royal Derby Hospital gynaecologist incidents?

If you are affected by the Royal Derby Hospital gynaecologist issues, you could be eligible to claim compensation with our team on a No Win, No Fee basis.

There are usually two parts to a medical negligence claim like this, and the first is General Damages. General Damages, in these cases, is for any pain, suffering and loss of amenity caused. The second is for Special Damages, which is for losses and expenses caused as a result of what has happened. This could include lost earnings from time off work, or the cost of private treatment.

Our lawyers are able to provide free, no-obligation advice to provide you with the knowledge of exactly what you can do in this situation. If you have been informed that you are affected by the Royal Derby Hospital gynaecologist issues, we may also be able to offer you genuine No Win, No Fee representation – you can contact the team here today.

Why choose the Group Action Lawyers?

The Group Action Lawyers have years of experience in the niche area of medical group and multi-party cases. Our experience includes the infamous 2012 PIP breast implant group action where we have recovered over £1.3m in damages so far, as well as representing victims for vaginal and hernia mesh compensation claims.

We are also able to help those affected by the Ian Paterson matters, where he was convicted on 17 counts of wounding with intent, and a further three counts of unlawful wounding of 10 patients. The cases stem from unnecessary operations he is said to have carried out as far back as 1997, and he reportedly told patients their conditions were far worse than they were.

The PIP breast implant scandal involved 400,000 women across 65 different countries who were fitted with PIP Breast Implants that contained industrial-grade silicone instead of medical-grade silicone, and were more liable to rupture due to having poorer quality shells.

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First published by Matt on October 13, 2020
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