Thompsons Solicitors will hold two free open days
Thompsons Solicitors will hold two free open days for anyone concerned about the treatment they may have received from gynaecology and obstetrics consultant, Benjamin Ononeze.
At the end of last year, Dr Benjamin Ononeze was put under the watch of the General Medical Council after making a series of mistakes while operating on women in hospitals in the north-east of England.
Our clinical negligence team is holding open days on Friday 23 and Friday 30 May from 10am at Thompsons’ Newcastle office for anyone who is concerned that they have been affected and is looking for further advice.
Join us to speak to an expert with no obligation.
Open day details:
Friday 23 and Friday 30 May, from 10am
St Nicholas Building
St Nicholas Street
If you are concerned about the treatment you received from Dr Benjamin Ononeze, or think you may be a victim of clinical negligence, and you can’t make or don’t want to come to an open day, our clinical negligence specialists are always happy to chat on the phone.
Linda Millband: LindaMillband@thompsons.law.co.uk / 07808929856
Concerned about negligent medical treatment or diagnoses? Talk to us for advice and support today.
Our discreet 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.
For further information, visit our How to Make A Compensation Claim page.