Can I claim as an employee make a medical negligence claim?

Yes, we accept all care/medical organisation employee claims too as these employees in particular should be equally entitled to a safe working environment. Thousands claim medical negligence every year through the fault of their employer.

What can I claim for?

Here is a list of the types of claims you can make:

  • Accident and Emergency department claims
  • Amputation Claims
  • Birth Injury Claims
  • Cancer Claims
  • Covid-19 Claims
  • GP Negligence
  • Mental Health Claims
  • Nerve Damage Claims
  • Prescription Claims
  • Optician Claims
  • Pressure Sore Claims
  • Spinal Injury Claims
  • Surgery Claims

Do you offer no win no fee?

Yes. Simply, you will not be charged if your claim is unsuccessful. No win no fee is a term used to describe an agreement between a solicitor and the injured person or party. It states that the client cannot be charged if their personal injury compensation claim is unsuccessful. Termination fees may apply if you fail to co-operate with your solicitor.

How much compensation will you make?

This depends on the type of claim and how much compensation you are awarded, our solicitors will be able to give you a good idea once they have more detail.

I’m not sure if I have a genuine claim?

Our specialist panel of experts can discuss this with you. Our initial conversation with you is free of charge and completely obligation free.

How many years after the illness/death can I claim?

In the UK, there is a general rule that a claim must be brought within three years of the date the illness/death occurred or the date in which you realised that the illness/death was linked to a particular accident. It is important to note that there are numerous exceptions to the 3 year rule – please contact us for further information.

How long will my claim take?

We understand how anxious you are to settle matters and therefore, we make every effort to settle claims as quickly as possible. A simple, uncomplicated claim can be completed within a few months, however medical negligence claims are complex and unique and can take up to twelve to eighteen months. It will depend upon the particular circumstances of your claim.

Will my claim be successful?

The more evidence that there is to support your case, the higher the chances of success. The solicitor will work with you to gather all the necessary evidences.

Will I need to attend the Solicitors office?

No not at all. It is in fact rare that you will need to see a solicitor in person. Our solicitors can also gather the facts they need and advise you of the next steps to take entirely by phone, email or post.

Can I visit the Solicitors office?

There is no need to take time out of your busy day to come to us. We have offices nationwide and if you wish, we can come to you.

Can I sue the nhs for medical negligence?

Yes you can sue the nhs for clinical negligence. Even though the NHS provides excellent service and care to millions of patients every year, there are instances where-in avoidable mistakes happen by a professional causing permanent harm or damage to a patient. Medical negligence nhs claims are complex and need to be treated with caution and patience