Have you been injured as a result of poor care by a doctor or hospital and have suffered from Medical Negligence?

Answer a few quick questions to find out for free if you could be eligible for compensation.

If you have suffered any of these types of Medical negligence, you could be entitled to compensation:

  • Misdiagnosis
  • Incorrect treatment 
  • Surgical Errors 

If you have been affected by any of these, or by any other type of negligence, get in touch with us today to find out for free if you could claim compensation.

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We place our trust in healthcare professionals when we are vulnerable, we expect them to help and protect us, not cause us harm.

Making a claim


Every year, thousands of people are affected by or are forced to live with the consequences of medical negligence. From misdiagnosis or incorrect treatment to surgical mistakes, there are many ways medical negligence can occur, all of which can impact greatly on a person’s quality of life. Starting your claim for compensation with us is completely free of charge and our expert team will guide you through every step of the process, supporting you until you receive your final compensation settlement, which we know can give you the boost you need to start living your life more fully. By logging your enquiry with us today, you have nothing to lose but potentially everything to gain.

What is Medical Negligence?


Medical Negligence is a term used to describe incidents in which medical professionals have failed to provide the high standard of care we expect to receive from them. In many cases, this negligence can result in a person suffering life-changing complications that have long-term health and financial implications. Whether your treatment was provided by the NHS or in a private setting, we may be able to help you.

There are many ways medical negligence can occur, from misdiagnosis or inadequate treatment to substandard and incomplete aftercare. All of these can cause harm, injuries or suffering. Medical negligence can relate equally to existing conditions that become worse due to inadequate care or incorrect treatment. In 2018/19, the NHS reported receiving more than 10,000 new claims of clinical medical negligence, with the highest number of claims being made in the medical specialties of Obstetrics, Emergency Medicine, Orthopaedics and General Surgery.

If you’re suffering, we can help


All doctors and medical professionals have a duty of care, and strict professional guidelines governing their practice. If you believe you have been affected by medical negligence, our expert team is here to help get you the support you need. Get in touch with us today to find out for free if you can make a No Win, No Fee Claim. We’ll support you through every step of the process to get you the compensation you deserve and back on the road to living a full life. You have nothing to lose, but potentially everything to gain.

Frequently Asked Questions

Types of Medical Negligence

– Amputations
– Brian injury
– Cancer negligence
– Cardiology
– Cerebral Palsy claims
– Childbirth
– Gynaecology
– Claims for children
– Cosmetic injury/Surgery Negligence
– Death due to medical negligence
– Dental negligence
– GP and hospital negligence
– Medication errors
– Misdiagnosis
– Nerve injury
– Never events
– Ophthalmology
– Orthopaedic injury
– Sepsis negligence/infectious diseases
– Spinal injury claims
– Surgical negligence
– Urology

Am I eligible to make a Medical Negligence claim?

If you believe a medical or healthcare professional has failed to provide you with adequate care, be it through misdiagnosis, during surgery or in the aftercare process, and you can prove your injuries and/or suffering are a direct result of their actions, you will be eligible to make a claim. Get in touch with us today to discuss your case, and we will help you get the ball rolling.


Do you offer No Win No Fee

Yes we provide no win no fee, see below for further details 

How long do I have to make a claim

The time limit for making a medical negligence claim is typically three years from the date of the negligent incident, with a few exceptions. In other words, your case must be brought within three years of the negligence happening or your ‘date of knowledge’ that something was not right.

However, if you are making the claim on behalf of a child who has suffered injury due to negligence, you can claim at any point until they are 18 years old. After that, they can make a claim for themselves, but they have only three years to do so (by the time they turn 21). If you are making a claim for a child who has passed away as a result of a birth injury, you have three years from the date of death to make a claim.

The time limit does not apply to claims being made on behalf of people with limited metal capacity – a claim for them can be made at any point.

How do you prove my Medical Negligence occurred

The most important step will be to get in touch with us as soon as possible. To be able to prove your case and ensure it is successful, we will need to obtain your medical records, including any X-rays, scans and test results. We will also need to take a detailed statement from you, as it will be up to you to prove that the care you received was negligent. We will also seek statements and opinions from other medical experts who can attest to the care you received being below the standard expected.

When we have gathered all this evidence, we will look at three key areas:

Breach of duty – proving that the medical professional failed to meet the legal standard of duty of care to you.

Causation – proving that the treatment you received was the cause of your injury (or caused your condition to get worse).

Damages or losses – giving clear evidence of the harm you have suffered as a result of the negligence, and calculating any financial losses or expenses you have incurred because of it.

Can I make a Medical Negligence claim on behald of someone else?

Yes, of course you can discuss a claim on behalf of someone else if they are a child (under 18), someone with limited mental capacity, or someone who has died and whose estate you are dealing with.

Some common areas of medical negligence

Medical Negligence

Have you been injured as a result of poor care by a doctor or hospital? Or have you lost a loved one due to a misdiagnosed or mistreated illness?

Birth Injury Claims

Have you been incorrectly treated during your pregnancy or childbirth, which has resulted in you or your baby sustaining injuries?

Cosmetic Surgery Negligence

Have you been exposed to substandard treatment by a cosmetic surgery practitioner and now suffer with pain or injuries?.

Our dedicated panel of solicitors provide a No Win No Fee* services typically customers pay 25% of the amount recovered to our solicitors, although this will be subject to your individual circumstances and the actual fee may be less than this but it will never be more.

As our client, you will be presented with your own Personal Injury Solicitor who will work on your case from start to finish and support you every step of the way.

Any solicitor we introduce you to is an independent professional from whom you will receive impartial and confidential advice. You are free to choose another solicitor.

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