Accident Claims

Have you been involved in an accident, through no fault of your own, it is likely that you will be eligible to compensation.


Compensation

Compensation is a form of reward in many circumstances, such as work bonus from the employer to the employee for their service.


No Win No Fee

No win no fee deals were first introduced for a range of courts in England and Wales in 1995.Years later a move was made to spread.


Personal Injury Claim

Personal injury is a term that covers a range of injuries and accident types which range from whiplash caused by a car accident.

What is Medical Negligence?


When visiting a medical professional, they tend to carry out their duty at a high standard. Due to the extensive training and strict regulations, visitors like yourself, visit your local practitioner, naturally you will expect a high standard of their service and treatment received. A patient facing medical negligence can be incredibly traumatic.

Being ill is stressful enough on top of that the treatment received can be as unpleasant as the condition.Now you are ill and have received unprofessional treatment from the medical community and suffered injury or illness as a result can get frustrating, luckily, there are frameworks in place allowing you to complain, seek redress and claim compensation.

Medical negligence is a term used to refer to the poor treatment by medical practitioners towards their patients. It can cover any type of professional inability, including but not limited to incorrect medicines, unnecessary delays in diagnosis, misdiagnosis of an illness or disease, surgical errors during an operation, or errors during childbirth.

Claiming for Medical Negligence

If you or family member, friend is injured due to the actions or lack of attention of a doctor, nurse, surgeon, dentist, physiotherapist or any other medical professional, they may be liable to make a medical negligence claim also known as a ‘clinical negligence claim’.


In order to successfully claim for medical negligence, it must be shown that the medical practitioner breached their duty of care and that due to the breach the patient sustained injury or caused aggravation to an existing injury.


Overall standard is that the actions of any medical practitioner should provide professional treatment matching or even exceeding their service in their profession.
This may sound simple, unfortunately breach of duty is often difficult to prove in medical negligence cases and it is therefore best to seek the advice of a solicitor with specialist experience in handling these sorts of cases.

Types of Medical Negligence Injuries

If you have suffered an injury or illness as a result of medical negligence treatment, call for free advice. Our team of specialist claims advisors will take you through answering your questions and guiding you with professional advice.


Medical negligence can lead to injuries, illness or even death. The types of injuries that can be claimed for are wide ranging however the more common include:
  • Pregnancy and related injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Amputation injuries
  • Orthopaedic injuries
  • Surgical injuries
  • Cosmetic surgery injuries
  • Bowel injuries
  • Exacerbation of illnesses, such as cancer, by poor or late diagnosis
  • Illnesses caused by poor standards of hygiene such as MRSA
  • Musculoskeletal injuries due to poor orthopaedic surgery
  • Brain injuries and child brain injuries including cerebral palsy
  • Nursing and care home abuse

Making a Medical Negligence Claim

We have a panel of solicitors working on a no win no fee bases across the country who have the practice and experience in handling your claim in a professional and efficient manner.

So, if you feel you may have been a victim of negligence, through a medical professional or otherwise, call our expert legal services advisors today.