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    NHS  Negligence Claims 

    The NHS is one of the oldest medical care institutes. They help and treat millions of people each year, whether it is a physical injury, an illness, or mental health related. Although they are generally successful in providing the right care and treatment to their patients, due to the rising population the pressure on the NHS has drastically increased. This means on some occasions; the care may fall below the acceptable standard.

    Patients have faith in the NHS to care for them when they need it, from the initial contact point to the aftercare, including long term health conditions, surgeries, and even when administrating medication. So, when something goes wrong, the least you would expect is to get some answers to your questions. Unfortunately, it is not always as simple as asking a question and getting an answer, as there can be many complications along the way.

    You should not have to suffer for something that was not your fault. Call our specialist advisors today on 0121 8276 446, where they can assist you in getting the justice you deserve.


    NHS offer a wide range of treatment and services to people, and there are many different ways in which negligence can take place. Some of these include:

    1. Misdiagnosis.
    2. OBGYN malpractice.
    3. Incorrect prescriptions.
    4. Surgical errors and negligence.

    If your incident is not mentioned on the above list, do not worry. If negligence has taken place in some form, then you may be entitled to compensation. Call our specialist advisors today on 0121 8276 446, where they can answer any queries you may have or provide you with nay information you may need.


    Who pays for NHS negligence claims?

    For claims made against the NHS trust and their employees, this is paid out by NHS resolution.  The NHS had spent billions in paying out for medical negligence claims, with numbers continually rising. Due to the size of the NHS and the increase in the amount of people needing care, the level of service they provide can drop significantly. The solicitors on our panel work on a no win no fee basis, which means there are no upfront costs for you to pay.

    The compensation you receive can help cover costs such as physical pain and injuries, loss of earning, mental trauma, and medication or treatment costs. Suffering from NHS negligence means you should not be put out of pocket with expenses to help you recover from something that was not your fault.

    What can I expect when I make a claim?

    When you make a claim due to NHS negligence, our solicitors will work to ensure you are fully compensated for the pain and trauma you have had to endure. However, it is not always a case of liability being admitted and you being paid out. Sometimes, the NHS may fail to take responsibility for what happened, in which case we must work with the details of the case to determine the next steps.

    When the negligence has taken place or when you first notice the effects of the negligence, you should avoid delay and contact us as soon as possible to discuss the details of how things can move forward.

    You can contact us on 0121 8276 446 to speak to one of our advisors.

    Information we need to start your NHS compensation claim.

    You can contact our team on 0121 8276 446 to begin the process of your claim, or you can fill in our online form and one of our advisors will call you back at a time that is convenient for you.

    Once we are in contact with you, our specialist advisor will be able to speak to you so that you can tell them in your own words what has happened and what you have experienced. They will also need to know when it happened, the effects it has had on you, and if it has brought about any changes in your day-to-day life. All this information will be used to build your case and ensure you are provided with the compensation that you deserve.

    How to make a medical negligence claim against my local trust?

    Being one of the largest medical care institutes, the NHS are responsible for millions of lives each day. The sheer quantity of patients needing medical help means that there is a possibility somewhere of negligence taking place.

    The local trusts include:-

    • East of England
    • Liverpool
    • London
    • Manchester
    • Middlesbrough
    • North East
    • Northern Ireland
    • North West
    • Scotland
    • South East
    • South West
    • Wales
    • West Midlands
    • Yorkshire & The Humber

    If you would like to know more about making a medical negligence claim against your local trust, call us today on 0121 8276 446.

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