Hospital Acquired Infections

Clostridium Difficile Infections

Have you suffered an infection after a visit to hospital? The Clostridium Difficile (C Diff) is one of the two major hospital superbugs that are often contracted after surgery. If you have contracted C Diff what are your rights and options?

C Diff (Clostridium Difficile)

C DIFF or C Difficile can be acquired whilst in hospital receiving medical treatment. Poor hygiene can be the reason for the infection. C Diff is actually a natural bacterium which inhabits the body. The natural balance of this bacterium can change following an operation through the use of antibiotics. Initial symptoms are diarrhoea progressing to severe dehydration or even death. Early diagnosis is therefore essential.

It is of note that alcohol gels are inactive against these types of spores and the only reliable method to reduce hand transmission is soap and water.

What Action Should You Take If You Have Clostridium Difficile?

Early legal advice is essential to assess whether you have a valid legal claim. Glynns offer free initial legal advice and can often act for you on a "no win, no fee" basis. If we cannot we will provide you with funding alternatives.

Free Clostridiym Difficile Medical Negligence Claim Enquiry

If you would like to benefit from a service of excellence with total commitment to client care from a friendly team, Glynns are ready and waiting to help you.

Early legal assistance can be vital so please contact us if you would like to discuss your situation. Please call us free on 0800 234 3300 (or from a mobile 01275 334030) or complete our Online Enquiry Form.

Free enquiry


Make An Enquiry

We will only use the information you provide to handle your enquiry, and we will never share it with any third parties.

Why Choose Us

  • Specialist medical negligence solicitors
  • Free initial enquiries
  • No win, no fee available


Our Expertise

clinical negligence panel

Helping Clients Across England & Wales

Helping Clients Across England & Wales

Free Medical Negligence Guide

'7 Questions You Must Ask Before Choosing A Medical Negligence Solicitor'

Update cookies preferences