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Care Home Negligence Claims, Lincolnshire

If you have been injured as a result of care home negligence or know a relative that has, call our Medical Negligence Team for a free case assessment on 01754 897150, or start your claim online and we will call you.

It is never an easy decision to place a loved one in care but when we do, we hope it is in a safe, risk free environment with dedicated nursing staff.

Unfortunately however, there are occasions when the level of care given to vulnerable and elderly patients is below the standard we should expect to receive, resulting in harm or injury. This can be due to lack of training, supervision or just experience.

It is not uncommon for residents to encounter the following:-

  • Fractures from falls due to lack of supervision
  • Pressure sores
  • The wrong medication

You may have recently visited a relative and noticed that they are not themselves or are suffering from an injury which has occurred suddenly or unusually. Often, care home residents do not like to speak out and are frightened to do so. It has been through the help of relatives speaking out and seeking our help, that we have managed to secure compensation for those who have suffered at the hands of care home staff.

98% of our Clients who have participated in our Client survey rated our Medical Negligence claims service as excellent and would recommend us to others.

How we can help

If you know of a loved one who has been the subject of poor care in a care home and think they may be entitled to compensation, then contact our specialist Team of Solicitors for a free case assessment. We will discuss your case with you at length, consider the options available to you and ensure you take the correct legal action necessary for your case.

We serve Clients in Skegness, Boston, Sleaford, Lincoln, Scunthorpe, Grimsby, rural Lincolnshire and throughout the UK.

If you would like to speak with a member of our specialist Team of Solicitors, please call 01754 897150 or submit a contact form