Medical negligence solicitors
Most medical and nursing treatment is delivered by health service staff who are dedicated professionals giving the best care they can. However mistakes, oversights or errors can and do happen. If your treatment was sub-standard and you have been injured or suffered loss or damage as a result, you may have a right to compensation. Medical negligence is a highly specialist area and claims can be fiercely defended, so it's important that your solicitor also has specific expertise in this field.
Our specialist solicitors are experienced and knowledgeable and will pursue your medical negligence claim with determination but also sensitivity. We understand that making a claim is not a decision you'll undertake lightly, but you can be confident that we have the necessary expertise and the comprehensive knowledge of medical negligence law to assert your right to 100% compensation. We can advise on complaints involving clinical negligence including misdiagnosis, surgical error and nursing negligence
Medical negligence FAQs
Some answers to frequently asked questions we get about compensation for medical or clinical negligence.
Making a medical negligence claim
Guiding you through the process of claiming compensation for medical mistakes
How much compensation to expect
Can money get you back to the position you'd have been in if the accident hadn't happened?
How long will my claim take?
We do work fast and methodically, but the more complex a clinical negligence case, the longer it may take
Legal advice on how to go about making a claim for compensation in cases of medical negligence or error.
Child Birth Trauma
How to complain or get compensation if you or your baby suffered serious injuries during labour or birth.
Advice and guidance through the process of a coroner's inquest and the consequences of coroner's verdicts.
Guidance on how to make your wishes clear about which resuscitative treatments you want or would refuse.
How to go about making any sort of complaint about the standard of your medical treatment.
Richard Follis, Partner