Thompsons Solicitors will hold an open day for patients who have received mesh treatment from the disgraced gynaecologist
Thompsons will hold a free open day for anyone concerned about the treatment they may have received from the disgraced gynaecologist Mahesh Patwardhan.
Mahesh Patwardhan was struck off the General Medical Council and sent to jail for eight years after being found guilty of sexual assault.
Thompsons Solicitors have recently discovered that he also performed a number of unnecessary, invasive procedures on patients – the ones that Thompsons are aware of occurred between May 2010 and January 2011. He is known to have worked in hospitals across Essex and South East London.
The open day will take place in the firm’s Dagenham office on Monday 29th October. Anyone who is concerned that they or someone they know may have been affected is invited to attend.
Expert, friendly solicitors with significant experience in medical negligence cases will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns you might have on making a claim for compensation. All advice is free, confidential and without obligation.
Open day details:
Monday 29 October, from 10:30 am – 3:30 pm
50-52 New Road
Parking will be available.
If you cannot make the open day or would prefer to speak to a solicitor over the phone, you can call us on 0800 0 224 224 to arrange a convenient time for us to call you back.
Concerned about negligent medical treatment or diagnoses? Talk to us for advice and support today.
Our discrete and compassionate medical negligence solicitors are experienced in the full range of medical injury claims and will work with you to establish whether you have a medical negligence compensation claim.
If you, or a loved one, think you have suffered medical negligence, such as a birth injury (for example, a cerebral palsy diagnosis following a difficult birth), misdiagnosis (such as cancer misdiagnosis), or suffered negligence during an operation contact us for advice.
If the incident happened more than three years ago, you will usually not be able to make a claim for compensation. However, exceptions do apply – such as instances where you could not have reasonably known your symptoms were caused by clinical negligence, or cases involves adults who lack legal capacity or children – so contact us for advice.
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