Medical Negligence Solicitors
If you’ve suffered an injury as a result of substandard medical care and you’re thinking about claiming compensation, you need to know that you’re in the best possible hands.
Since 1993, our specialist panel of expert medical negligence solicitors has been helping people like you claim the compensation you’re entitled to.
Can I make a claim?
We make finding out whether you can claim medical negligence compensation as straightforward as possible..
Simply call one of our expert legal service advisors for free. They will ask you to talk them through what happened, and will let you know if they believe you may be eligible to claim compensation. They may ask you:
- The date on which you were injured, or the date on which you realised the treatment you received was substandard (the ‘date of knowledge’). Generally, you have three years from this date to make a claim
- Whether you’ve had to take time off work
- Whether you’ve received other legal or medical advice
Our advisors will select the right solicitor to handle your claim from our nationwide network of trusted medical negligence solicitors. Your solicitor will be a medical negligence specialist with experience in similar types of case and, wherever possible, they will be based in your local area.
If we cannot help, our advisors can put you in touch with other organisations that can help, including Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA).
Depending on the complexity of your case, the initial call to our advisors should last approximately 10 minutes.
What happens next?
If you’re ready to start your claim, we can often connect you to the most suitable medical negligence solicitor immediately, or we can arrange for the solicitor to call you at a time that’s convenient.
They will explain the claims process and answer any questions you may have. They’ll also be able to give you an idea of how long your claim will take, as well as how much compensation you may receive.
All of our medical negligence solicitors can handle claims on a no win no fee basis, meaning you can claim compensation knowing that, if your case isn’t successful, you do not have to pay your solicitor's legal fees.
If your injury means you are unable to travel, your solicitor can visit you at home or can meet you at a location that’s convenient for you.
Read our page on what to expect for more information on the medical negligence claims process.