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Blackwater Law has been instructed to represent a concerning number of patients who have suffered injuries following alleged negligent treatment received from Mr Jeremy Parker.
The consultant orthopaedic surgeon previously operated out of the Colchester and Oaks Hospitals with a specialism in hip and knee surgery and he provided care both on the NHS and privately. Mr Parker is still registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) with a licence to practise but has been under review with the GMC, and, as of November 2020, it was decided that he could only practice medicine under the guidance and approval of the GMC.
The team at Blackwater Law, have managed to secure a number of settlements for clients who unfortunately suffered the consequences of negligent care by Mr Parker. This includes those who have life-changing injuries as a result, such as now being wheelchair dependant or those who required further corrective surgery.
As well as settled cases, the team at Blackwater Law continue to progress with cases for those who are coming forward as a result of potentially negligent care received by Mr Parker at the Colchester Hospital and Oaks Hospital run by Ramsay Healthcare. Concerns relate to whether the treatment they received was provided appropriately.
With extensive experience in suing a surgeon, the team at Blackwater Law are able to utilise its extensive panel of medical experts in obtaining supporting evidence and establishing whether anything did go wrong, and the potential impact this could have on an individual. Where negligent care resulted in the suffering of an individual, it may be possible to seek financial compensation, rehabilitation costs and private medical care, where appropriate.
If you have received treatment by Mr Parker, you may have questions regarding the quality of your care. Blackwater Law are specialist clinical negligence solicitors with comprehensive experience in managing surgical error and delayed diagnosis claims.