NHS handles out a large number of patients regularly which tells us about their great efficiency of handling endless patients. But at the end of the day, as NHS is been run by human beings, so there are chances of human errors also. So, suing the NHS for negligence is not right. If for once a doctor or any other staff member of the NHS commits any minor mistake accidently, then a solution to the problem should be taken out rather than filing a medical negligence case in order to sue the NHS.
A frank conversation among the practitioner and the patient is what required immediately after the recognition of the medical negligence case. No doctor will ever love to hurt his or her patient by providing wrong treatment to the patient.
On the other hand, the patient must understand the circumstances and should co-operate with the medical authority of the hospital. By having a frank conversation with the doctor sometimes the issues are resolved at primary level and the patient gets right treatment without paying a single penny for that.
But yes, if the patient feels that the results are quite worst of the medical negligence, then he or she can take the help of the medical negligence lawyers in order to get justice for himself or herself by punishing the defaulter for his or her fault.