Clinical Negligence

The length of any claim will depend on the nature and complexity of your case. Generally speaking the more complex and valuable a case, the longer it will take to conclude.

Negligence is the breach of a legal duty of care owed to one person by another which results in damage being caused to that person. Clinical negligence (often called medical negligence) is concerned with claims against GP, Consultants, Dentist, Pharmacist, and other healthcare professionals and their employers.

How do you know care has been negligent?
You may know something is wrong, but may not be sure what, or how it occurred. The most important thing to do is to get in contact with us as soon as you can. We can have an informal chat about your condition and discuss the next best steps for us to take together.

There are many different types of clinical negligence and we are experts in understanding them all.

How long will a claim take?
The length of any claim will depend on the nature and complexity of your case. Generally speaking the more complex and valuable a case, the longer it will take to conclude. It will also depend on the actions of the Defendant Doctor, Hospital Trust, Dentist and other Healthcare professionals; sometimes they admit liability early, but frequently liability or the value of the case is fought, adding a lot of extra time.

Type of negligence claims

  • GP negligence
  • Hospital negligence
  • Dental negligence
  • Misdiagnosis of fracture
  • Diagnosis delays
  • Diagnosis delays and/or misdiagnosis of cancer
  • Serious/catastrophe injury
  • Fatal accident
  • Amputation

Our experienced Solicitor is here to help you make a claim when you have experienced substandard care with No Win No Fee funding.

We appreciate these may have been We are more than happy to visit our clients at home when requested, providing a high level of support and guidance throughout.

Contact our team about seeking compensation for medical/dental negligence.