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    Solicitors anyone know any good ones..who travel?

    if they are not in N. Yorks.
    I have HAD it with the whole circus which has been called my healthcare. I am thinking of taking someone to court.
    Fed up, should see the letter I have seen off the Dr to the Consultant who sent me BTA guidelines to read, then decided I should have more blood tests, never told me at the consultation, GP never told me AFTER the consultation. I am sick of having to read all the science and get stuff off forums to suggest to the Drs but these are the only things that are improving me. There is something very wrong when your Dr gives the result of an illness as the cause of the illness and your own research is what gets things done at the Drs, they are the ones who wanted to be Drs for goodness sakes I just want to feel well enough to go out and use my degree and enjoy my work. I am sick of being doubted by the Drs as to why or what I feel like, driving me nuts.

    So anyone know a good Barrister or solicitor? Pref in Yorkshire lol, I know, not very useful. He will need patience thumbup
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    Re: Solicitors anyone know any good ones..who travel?

    Soz can't help but wish you luck! x

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    Re: Solicitors anyone know any good ones..who travel?

    Cheers Anni
    I best have a look on the web see if I can track any decent ones down

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    Re: Solicitors anyone know any good ones..who travel?

    hope you find a good one soon !!

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    Re: Solicitors anyone know any good ones..who travel?

    anyone got any idea how hard it would be to take someone to court if diagnosed with depression and it turns out to be thyroid disorder?

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    Hi hon
    I am wondering actually cos that happened to me too but worse with the depression and anxiety and panic disorder which they let go treated with anti ds, my poor stress hormones/adrenals are shot to bits. But I have been looking but not sure how willing a solicitor would be to take this on as you have to PROVE the following

    To establish whether clinical negligence (formerly called medical negligence) has occurred you have to meet certain tests. These are:

    * Establishing a duty of care (ie the NHS to look after you whilst in their care)
    * Breach of that duty of care towards you (ie the clinical negligence)
    * The breach of duty caused your injury/illness (causation)

    http://www.1stclaims.co.uk/articles/...ue-the-nhs.php

    I am not sure exactly how to get such a thing proven, nor how to prove that they have been negligent in my care assuming I was not having symptoms of hypothyroidism and a co morbid (vit D) you see we would need expert witnesses. I am not sure that there are any with enough knowledge to help me, you would have to see if you could find someone to establish a breach of care.

    Not easy hon I am still looking at it but not so sure what will do.

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