NHS

Mistakes do happen in all areas of the NHS. We can help you if you with your claim if you have experienced NHS medical negligence.

We can help you if you have suffered negligence by an NHS trust in all areas, including:

  •  A&E
  • Infection claims, including MRSA and C.difficile
  • Medication errors
  • Pressure sore claims
  • Misdiagnosed conditions
  • Orthopaedic mistakes (such as undiagnosed fractures)

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Suing the NHS

Making a claim against the NHS can feel very daunting and worries about where you are taking the money away from.

When you sue the NHS you do not take money from anyone. There is a separate body called the NHS Litigation Authority (NHSLA) who look after all claims made against the NHS.

The NHSLA covers the following:

  • All NHS employees
  • Contracted locums
  • Medical academic staff with honorary contracts
  • Students
  • Those conducting clinical trials
  • Charitable volunteers
  • People undergoing further professional education, training and examinations
  • GPs or dentists directly employed by Health Authorities e.g. public health doctors (at airports or seaports)

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Negligence Claimline solicitors operate on a no win no fee basis. Learn more about what this means for your claim.

What happens when you call us

Our UK based team will take your details and some information. They will pass your details to our specialist medical negligence solicitors who will contact you directly.

Your questions answered

We understand that you will have lots of questions about your claim, the claims process and medical negligence. Here we hope to answer some of those questions and help you understand the process.

Free initial consultation

We offer a free initial consulatation with a specialist medical negligence solicitor. You are not obliged to take the advice the solicitor gives you, or to progress your claim any further if you do not wish.