Diabetic Negligence



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Diabetic Negligence Claims

Diabetes has become a common problem throughout the UK and requires constant management and regular reviews by health care practitioners.

However there are times when the diabetic care provided is insufficient or in some cases symptoms may be missed. When diabetes is not well managed, it can be associated with a range of serious conditions.

NewLaw has a team of specialists who are dedicated to getting the best results for their clients in diabetic negligence claims.

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What is Diabetic Negligence?

Diabetic Negligence is the mismanagement of diabetes by health care practitioners and tends to occur in the following scenarios:

  • delay in the original diagnosis;
  • poor care during the monitoring and treatment process;
  • inadequate care in the community.

If the medical practitioner fails to undertake sufficient investigations when presented with symptoms for diabetes, which may suggest you are diabetic, then the condition may escalate causing further issues with your health.

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How can NewLaw help you?

Our team of medical negligence solicitors are experts in bringing justice in cases of this nature and will help you understand the complex claims process involved. With years of experience and the ability to work with you sensitively, NewLaw’s medical negligence team is on hand and will be there for you every step of the way.

For more information call NewLaw Solicitors on 0333 003 1909 or contact us online

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