We've got your ENT negligence claim covered

Several medical conditions may arise due to underlying issues with your ears, nose, or throat which can be incredibly frustrating to endure. When you are not able to smell, hear, or taste properly, everyday tasks become more difficult. This often prompts a visit with an ear, nose and throat specialist to determine the cause of the discomfort or diminished sense. In the most severe cases, surgical procedures either through NHS or a private provider may be necessary to correct the problem.

Regardless of the underlying medical issue, conditions impacting the ear, nose, and throat warrant the same high-quality care as any other health problem. However, not everyone receives the quality of care they deserve. ENT procedures are often straightforward, but there are some instances where medical negligence leads to complicated side effects. Surgeries gone awry may lead to ongoing pain, an inability to smell, hear, or taste, or disfigurement that is irreversible. When you or a loved one have experienced complications after an ENT procedure due to medical negligence, you may have the right to a claim for compensation.

Types of ENT Negligence Claims

Although ENT surgeries are common as an answer to problems with the ear, nose, or throat, mistakes can be made which result in ENT surgical injuries. Through our experience managing ENT negligence claims, we have seen the following as the most common issues experienced from negligent ENT surgeries:

  • Nerve damage to the face
  • Damage to the vocal cord
  • Loss of hearing
  • ENT surgical injuries that cause damage to facial structures
  • Loss of senses like smell and taste
  • ENT misdiagnosis
  • Failure to diagnose ENT tumours
  • Delays in diagnosing ENT tumours
  • Incorrect treatment
  • ENT delay in treatment
  • Thyroid disease

Each of these common ENT negligence claims come with devastating results that may require lifelong follow-up treatment that creates a vastly different quality of life.

Who pays for ENT Negligence Claims?

Whether poor-quality care for an ear, nose, or throat issue took place within the NHS or at a private hospital, you may be entitled to compensation if you have suffered a negative outcome from ENT surgical injuries, ENT misdiagnosis, or an ENT delay in treatment. Most of the ENT negligence cases we work with involve the need for ongoing medical care that is required for an extended period of time, as well as a reduced quality of life experienced at the hands of an ENT surgeon. In addition to compensation for these common issues that arise due to ENT negligence, there may be a need for claiming a loss in earnings, payment for current or past treatment, and emotional damage based on the level of care provided.

What can I Expect When I Make a Claim?

There is no amount of compensation that can provide you or your loved one with the same quality of life experienced prior to falling victim to an ENT surgical malpractice. However, making a claim against a private hospital or the NHS can provide the financial support necessary to make life better moving forward, and there is no financial risk for making claims as we work on a no win, no fee basis. The ability to file a claim is your right as a patient if you’ve suffered through poor quality care, but the unfortunate truth is that getting clear answers to your questions isn’t standard practice within the medical world. Starting an ENT negligence claim process helps you get the answers you need to better understand what took place and who is ultimately responsible.

When making a claim for an ENT negligence case, you need to seek legal advice as soon as possible after ENT misdiagnosis, ENT delay in treatment or ENT surgical injuries took place. You may file for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, but it must be within three years of the incident that causes you medical harm. The sooner you seek out legal assistance, the better chance you have to receive the compensation you deserve to cover your financial and emotional losses.

Our Experience of Covering ENT Claims

At Patient Claim Line, we have substantial experience in working with individuals who have suffered from a surgical mistake and its resulting injury. Unlike general hospital or surgery claims, ENT negligence cases that are successful require an expert understanding of the field of ear, nose, and throat medicine. To that end, we work with several specialists while reviewing each case to ensure we have evidence to support our claim of negligence. We recognise that ENT negligence can lead to irreversible outcomes, including sensory disability, facial disfigurement, and even death. Each of these has a drastic impact on your daily life, and we help you receive compensation for any substandard treatment that may have caused these all-too-common issues.

Because of our access to expert specialists and a clear understanding of what ENT negligence can result in, we have had the opportunity to secure millions in compensation for our clients in order to help them restore their quality of life. Given our vast experience, we know full well that each case differs in its severity and outcome, so we first work with you to understand your unique experience and the needs you and your family have as the result of ENT negligence. We work to secure the best possible outcome for you, based on your specific circumstances.

Information We Need to Process your ENT Negligence Claim

To begin your claim against a private hospital of the NHS for ENT negligence, we first need to hear your story. You will need to recount what happened as a result of your ENT treatment, including the date the incident took place, the details surrounding your surgery or treatment, and the outcome you experienced because of the poor-quality care you received. It is also helpful for our legal specialists to know what actions, if any, you took to minimise your losses after you realised an error had taken place. To start that process, you can contact our legal specialists by submitting a simple form online or by calling us directly.  

If you’re unsure whether you have a claim for ENT negligence, you can take our simple 30 second claim test and we will contact you to discuss your experience. Whether ENT misdiagnosis, an ENT delay in treatment, or another common mistake took place and resulted in ENT surgical injuries for you or a family member, reach out to us today to see understand the compensation you may be due to restore your quality of life.


Types of ENT Negligence Claims

Although ENT surgeries are common as an answer to problems with the ear, nose, or throat, mistakes can be made which result in ENT surgical injuries. Through our experience managing ENT negligence claims, we have seen the following as the most common issues experienced from negligent ENT surgeries:

  • Nerve damage to the face
  • Damage to the vocal cord
  • Loss of hearing
  • ENT surgical injuries that cause damage to facial structures
  • Loss of senses like smell and taste
  • ENT misdiagnosis
  • Failure to diagnose ENT tumours
  • Delays in diagnosing ENT tumours
  • Incorrect treatment
  • ENT delay in treatment
  • Thyroid disease

Each of these common ENT negligence claims come with devastating results that may require lifelong follow-up treatment that creates a vastly different quality of life.

Who pays for ENT Negligence Claims?

Whether poor-quality care for an ear, nose, or throat issue took place within the NHS or at a private hospital, you may be entitled to compensation if you have suffered a negative outcome from ENT surgical injuries, ENT misdiagnosis, or an ENT delay in treatment. Most of the ENT negligence cases we work with involve the need for ongoing medical care that is required for an extended period of time, as well as a reduced quality of life experienced at the hands of an ENT surgeon. In addition to compensation for these common issues that arise due to ENT negligence, there may be a need for claiming a loss in earnings, payment for current or past treatment, and emotional damage based on the level of care provided.

What can I Expect When I Make a Claim?

There is no amount of compensation that can provide you or your loved one with the same quality of life experienced prior to falling victim to an ENT surgical malpractice. However, making a claim against a private hospital or the NHS can provide the financial support necessary to make life better moving forward, and there is no financial risk for making claims as we work on a no win, no fee basis. The ability to file a claim is your right as a patient if you’ve suffered through poor quality care, but the unfortunate truth is that getting clear answers to your questions isn’t standard practice within the medical world. Starting an ENT negligence claim process helps you get the answers you need to better understand what took place and who is ultimately responsible.

When making a claim for an ENT negligence case, you need to seek legal advice as soon as possible after ENT misdiagnosis, ENT delay in treatment or ENT surgical injuries took place. You may file for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, but it must be within three years of the incident that causes you medical harm. The sooner you seek out legal assistance, the better chance you have to receive the compensation you deserve to cover your financial and emotional losses.

Our Experience of Covering ENT Claims

At Patient Claim Line, we have substantial experience in working with individuals who have suffered from a surgical mistake and its resulting injury. Unlike general hospital or surgery claims, ENT negligence cases that are successful require an expert understanding of the field of ear, nose, and throat medicine. To that end, we work with several specialists while reviewing each case to ensure we have evidence to support our claim of negligence. We recognise that ENT negligence can lead to irreversible outcomes, including sensory disability, facial disfigurement, and even death. Each of these has a drastic impact on your daily life, and we help you receive compensation for any substandard treatment that may have caused these all-too-common issues.

Because of our access to expert specialists and a clear understanding of what ENT negligence can result in, we have had the opportunity to secure millions in compensation for our clients in order to help them restore their quality of life. Given our vast experience, we know full well that each case differs in its severity and outcome, so we first work with you to understand your unique experience and the needs you and your family have as the result of ENT negligence. We work to secure the best possible outcome for you, based on your specific circumstances.

Information We Need to Process your ENT Negligence Claim

To begin your claim against a private hospital of the NHS for ENT negligence, we first need to hear your story. You will need to recount what happened as a result of your ENT treatment, including the date the incident took place, the details surrounding your surgery or treatment, and the outcome you experienced because of the poor-quality care you received. It is also helpful for our legal specialists to know what actions, if any, you took to minimise your losses after you realised an error had taken place. To start that process, you can contact our legal specialists by submitting a simple form online or by calling us directly.  

If you’re unsure whether you have a claim for ENT negligence, you can take our simple 30 second claim test and we will contact you to discuss your experience. Whether ENT misdiagnosis, an ENT delay in treatment, or another common mistake took place and resulted in ENT surgical injuries for you or a family member, reach out to us today to see understand the compensation you may be due to restore your quality of life.

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Georgia Briscoe

Georgia Briscoe
Director of Medical Negligence

Georgia is the Head of Medical Negligence and has an impressive wealth of knowledge. She has over 15 years of legal experience and is responsible for overseeing the whole medical negligence team. Within her role, Georgia ensures that all of our cases are dealt with the utmost efficiency and professionalism.

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