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Suing the NHS. Can you claim for negligence?

We are specialist solicitors helping people affected by NHS Negligence.

NHS negligence often involves medical errors which lead to patient injury or death. These incidents involve health care / medical providers making mistakes, performing acts or making omissions that deviate from the medical community’s standards of practice. While health care workers focus on providing the best care possible, mistakes are often made. Whilst suing the NHS might seem drastic, you deserve compensation if you have been left with serious complications from negligent incidents.


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    Claim against the NHS

    If you have suffered from physical or even psychological harm from substandard treatment by the NHS it is possible you can claim against the NHS for medical negligence compensation. Call our claims helpline for free advice on 0333 987 4161

    Can I sue for negligence?

    Check that your medical issues are grounds for negligence and not a simple complaint procedure. You might very well have a claim if duty of care has been beached leaving you with injury, pain or loss.

     NHS negligence solicitors

    We are specialist Medical Negligence Solicitors with years of experience dealing with clinical negligence, personal injury cases and hospital negligence. We help you through the claim process from initial advice right through to legal proceedings to get the compensation you deserve.

    What is malpractice?

    A type of negligence, where a licensed professional fails to provide services as per standards set by the governing body.

    What is medical negligence?

    Negligence is when a mistake is made without knowledge or intent. When a medical provider makes a “mistake” in treating a patient and the mistake results in harm to a patient, this is negligence. An example of negligence would be a nurse leaving gauze in a wound while assisting in an operating theater before a surgeon applies stitches. Neither had the intent to leave the gauze in the wound, it was a mistake. Misdiagnosis is another common form of negligence where a medical provider fails to diagnose. This was not intentional but possibly could have been due to a lack of knowledge or experience.

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