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In order to be negligence there has to be: a duty of care, that duty was broken, someone suffered as a result
It would appear that this was the case here.
You would need to see a Solicitor as a medical expert would be required to give a second opinion
You would then need to start and issue proceedings where appropriate.
Sadly though you could not get legal aid as rules have changed.
But that is how you can proceed - see a Solicitor to get a second opinion
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?