Group Legal Action:

Investigating Negligent Vascular Surgery at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Hospitals

  • Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Hospitals

    Case investigation led by Christian Beadell

    Published: September 21, 2023 | Last Updated: February 8, 2024

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Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Hospitals

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At Fletchers Solicitors, we have seen first-hand through our work the profound impact of negligent vascular surgery on patients’ lives. When trust in medical professionals is breached, it’s our mission to help you seek justice and ensure that those responsible are held accountable, for outcomes which could have been very different.

Our team of specialist medical negligence lawyers are committed to investigating claims related to vascular surgery performed at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board between 2017 and 2023.

Unveiling the RCSE Report: Discover the Truth

In July 2021, the Royal College of Surgeons England (RCSE) conducted an in-depth examination of 44 clinical records linked to vascular surgery, acting on behalf of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB). The findings were eye-opening and concerning. In January 2022, the RCSE released their report, shedding light on critical findings and recommendations.

Did you experience any of the following?

  • Inadequate record-keeping during your treatment?
  • A lack of necessary follow-up and aftercare plans?
  • Uncertainty about the quality of care you received?
If you have been affected by vascular surgery at Betsi Cadwaladr University contact us for a Free Case Assessment.
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Which hospitals are covered within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board?

Conwy and Denbighshire:

  • Glan Clwyd Hospital
  • Abergele Hospital
  • Colwyn Bay Hospital
  • Denbigh Hospital
  • Llandudno General Hospital
  • Royal Alexandra
  • Ruthin Hospital

Gwynedd and Anglesey:

  • Ysbyty Gwynedd
  • Ysbyty Alltwen
  • Bryn Beryl Hospital
  • Cefni Hospital
  • Dolgellau and Barmouth Hospital
  • Ysbyty Eryri
  • Tywyn Hospital
  • Ysbyty Penrhos Stnaley

Wrexham and Flintshire:

  • Wrexham Maelor Hospital
  • Deeside Community Hospital
  • Chirk Hospital
  • Holywell Hospital
  • Mold Hospital

Take Action and get Advice Today

As a patient, you placed your trust in medical professionals to provide the best possible care and guidance throughout your treatment. When that trust is broken, it can have far-reaching effects on your health, your condition, and your future treatment options. You don’t have to navigate this challenging journey alone.

Your Well-being Is Our Priority

At Fletchers Solicitors, we are devoted to upholding the highest standards of medical care and ensuring accountability. Your well-being is our top priority, and we stand by your side throughout the legal process.

If you believe you might have been impacted by negligent vascular surgery at one of the hospitals covered within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, our specialist medical negligence solicitors are here to assist you. We offer: • A free, confidential, and no-obligation case assessment. • Compassionate guidance on your legal options. We are committed to helping you understand your rights and choices. Let us be your partners on the path to justice. Contact Us Today for your free case assessment.

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What’s the process?

When you contact the team we will provide a Free Case Assessment to understand what has happened to you, listen what you would like to achieve and ensure that you have a valid case to bring. Once we have identified that you have a legitimate claim we will begin an investigation. In a group action this can be slightly different to a normal case as there will be parts which we can achieve as part of a wider group. Within this stage we will need to collect evidence, work out who is responsible and assess your injuries.

When dealing with a group there may be efficiencies and hopefully you will be able to benefit from this. We will apply to the Court to let them know that we are dealing with the case. If needed we will get a Group Litigation Order. We will then negotiate with the defendants in order for us to try and reach a favourable settlement. Once we have a decision or an agreement of settlement we will arrange for the compensation to be paid to you.

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Why Fletchers?

We have a dedicated team who deal with Group Action claims and have the infrastructure that some smaller firms do not have to better support our clients and the process. Our expert team acts for countless of people across the UK injured in a healthcare setting, such as a hospital or clinic, or those who have received faulty medical devices. We are always stronger together, fighting as a group.

You can also be reassured that our team are experts in clinical negligence and personal injury. The lawyers in our teams have fought many similar cases and are ranked among the leading lawyers in these types of cases. We are independently ranked as leaders in this field with Legal 500 Directory 2024 stating: “Fletchers has been at the forefront of using and developing IT systems to manage and progress cases effectively.

They are specialists in what they do and give a personal service to their clients. They become someone you can turn to for anything. Friendly, helpful, nothing is a problem as well as being there for you every step of the way. They always answer your phone calls and emails – no waiting around. They go above and beyond.”

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Meet some of our specialist Group Action team

  • Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Hospitals

    Christian Beadell

    Head of Group Actions

  • Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Hospitals

    Francesca Paul