Medical Negligence Claims

Whilst our healthcare system usually delivers very high levels of service, there are cases were substandard care from someone like a surgeon, GP or nurse could impact your life and raise the possibility of a medical negligence compensation claim.

We understand that no amount of compensation can change what has happened, but starting a medical or clinical negligence claim could put you back on the track and to help you relieve some of the financial pressures that have been caused by the substandard care – whether that is paying for medical treatments, ongoing rehabilitation, or even covering loss of earnings you may have suffered as a result.

Our experienced medical negligence solicitors and claims advisors will take the time to understand what you’re going through and help you get the answers and the financial compensation you deserve.

What Is Medical Negligence?

Medical negligence is when medical professionals make mistakes or they fail in their duty of care to you which leads to an injury or makes an existing condition worse. 

Medical negligence can happen as the results of a neglegent misdiagnosis, incorrect or inappropraite treatment or surgical mistakes.

How Can You Make A Medical Negligence Claim?

The first step to making a medical negligence claim is to contact us as soon as possible as in most cases there is a three year limit (on finding out you’ve received negligent treatment) in making a claim.

We offer a free initial consultation where we’ll be able to tell you if we think you have a case and how much compensation you might be able to claim.

What Medical Negligence Can I Claim For

Whilst there are numerous ways that substandard care from someone like a surgeon, GP or nurse has impacted your life below we have listed some of the more frequent examples of medical negligence:

  • Pregnancy & Birth Injuries
  • Hospital Negligence
  • Medical Misdiagnosis
  • Prescription & Medication Errors
  • Surgery Compensation
  • Dental Negligence
  • Cancer Misdiagnosis
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Amputation Negligence
  • Hospital Acquired Infections
  • Contaminated Blood Transfusions

    What Happens When I Make a Medical Negligence Claim?

    We offer a Free Initial Consultation where we’ll be able to tell you if we think you have a case and how much compensation you might be able to claim.

    Contacting us early allows us to start work on your case while the details are still fresh in your mind.

    If the NHS or your private healthcare provider in question admits responsibility early or has done so already then we may be able to secure an interim compensation payment in order to help with your rehabilitation and help with some of the immediate daily living and medical costs you may be facing.