Do Carers owe a Duty of Care?
Posted on 18th July 2019 at 11:45
Whether it be a veterinarian to the animals they are treating, or to the beautician who is waxing your eyebrows, or in deed eyebrow in some cases, there is a level of duty of care owed to clients, customers, colleagues, employers and the public in general.
A duty of care is a right to which certain individuals have; it is not something that can be opted out of via a yes/no questionnaire. When our solicitors in Preston, who deal with medical negligence are pursuing a claim for damages for our clients, one of the first things to establish, is whether a duty of care was owed to the individual who has suffered a loss, that has been subsequently breached. This is what helps our solicitors form the basis of your claim for personal injury.