Bannister Law is investigating a potential class action against St Vincent’s Hospital and Dr John Grygiel surrounding the prescription of chemotherapy received by patients. We are seeking registration from patients of Dr John Grygiel at St Vincent’s Hospital who received cancer treatment prescribed, directed and/or supervised by Dr John Grygiel for their head, neck and/or other cancers. Family members who have been closely involved in the treatment process of their loves ones are also asked to contact us.
While the prognosis is uncertain at this stage, due to the period of time in which the majority of people were treated, it has been anticipated that those treated may have an increased risk of cancer recurrence and increased overall mortality as indicated in the New South Wales Department of Health Inquiry Final Report issued 31 July 2016, however that may not be known for some time.
If you or a member of your family received treatment between 2006 and 2016, and/or sought professional help for psychological consequences caused by this treatment regime, you may be entitled to compensation.
Bannister Law understands the sensitive nature of this issue and is committed to achieving the best possible outcome for all involved.
What is a class action?
Class actions are legal proceedings brought by one person on behalf of a group. Rather than each person pursuing a claim separately, a class action streamlines the process, enabling a dispute involving large numbers of people to be resolved through a single case.
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