Have you been a victim of Medical Negligence?

We specialise in helping victims of medical, clinical and dental negligence seek the compensation they deserve.

We are a claims management company and receive payments from our partnered law firms for our service. If you qualify for a free claim assessment and that assessment is successful, you will be connected to an expert law firm to assist with your potential claim.

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    No Win No Fee*

    *Typically, customers pay 25% including VAT of the compensation amount that is recovered by our third-party law firms, although this is subject to your individual circumstances and the actual fee may be more or less than this. Termination fees may apply if you do not keep to the terms of the agreement.

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    Maximum Compensation

    Our partnered expert solicitors aim to get you the maximum compensation available.

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    Fast Settlements

    The solicitors that we work with aim to secure your compensation as quickly and hassle-free as possible.

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    Was the negligence in the last 3 years?

    Has the negligence happened in the UK or ROI?

    Have you tried to claim for the negligence before?

    What type of medical negligence have you suffered?

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    Chest Injuries

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    Kidney Injuries

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    *Compensation values are taken from the 2022 Judicial College Guidelines, concern general damages, and are solely for illustrative purposes.

    Why Should You Use Us?

    No Win No Fee

    We will identify whether you may have a claim and put you in touch with one of our law firms who operate on a no-win-no-fee basis. Our service is completely free to you as we are paid by our law firms.

    Expert Solicitors

    The dedicated solicitors we work are experts in securing compensation and are committed to securing the best possible outcome for you. You can be rest assured that they will provide you with the support that you need every step of the way.

    Personal Dedicated Solicitors

    If your claim assessment is successful you will be connected to a Medical Negligence solicitor who will work on the case from start to finish, being there every step of the way.

    What is Medical Negligence?

    Medical Negligence is a broad term that encompasses a wide range of experiences. Indeed, each individual’s experience of medical negligence will vary. But overall, we see it thusly:

    Medical Negligence occurs when a healthcare professional causes you personal harm due to a preventable issue. This is true if they were working for either the NHS or privately.

    There are a number of different reasons why you might make a medical negligence claim. Such as carelessness in surgery that results in avoidable injury. Alternatively, negligence you suffer at the hands of medical professionals in care homes. In a broader sense, the main branches of medical negligence usually involve the following examples.

    Medical Accidents

    You might suffer an injury as a result of medical negligence, or a medical accident. Did medical professionals fail to meet their duty of care, and this was the cause of your injury?

    If yes to both, you may be able to put forward a compensation claim for a medical accident.

    Preventable Issues

    Medical professionals don’t always treat their patients with the care and attention they deserve. As a result, this provides grounds to put forward a claim:

    For example, consider medical negligence claims which involve preventable issues. Such as inaccurate or incomplete diagnoses, or failure to correctly treat an injury or disease.


    Sometimes, misdiagnoses occur when test results are unclear, or when symptoms of an illness or injury present as multiple possibilities. In these instances, ambiguous test results can lead to misdiagnosis through no direct fault of the practice of medical staff.

    However, misdiagnosis as a result of human error is more common than many people realise. Any avoidable & incorrect interpretation of test results is absolutely grounds for a medical negligence claim.

    For example, if a medical professional doesn’t the acceptable diagnostic practice in order to assess a patient’s symptoms. Subsequently, their actions result in further harm to a patient. As a result, this would provide grounds for a claim for diagnostic error compensation.

    Medical Malpractice

    Medical malpractice is a broad term encompassing a wide range of reasons why you might make a medical negligence claim. In a general sense, medical malpractice refers to:

    any situation within which a medical professional or institution fails in the legal duties they owe their patients.

    Making a medical negligence claim means you’ve reason to believe that your doctor was negligent. Either by:

    Please note, however, that medical negligence claims are very complex. Because there is a fine line between negligence and an unhappy outcome. When we analyse your case, we’ll find that line and share with you our thoughts on how to proceed.

    The Medical Negligence Experts is the trading name of National Injury Claimline Ltd. National Injury Claimline Ltd is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in respect of regulated claims management activities. Authorisation Number: FRN: 837834. Company Registration Number: 09944369. Incorporated in England and Wales. Registered Office Address: Craig House, 33 Ballbrook Avenue, West Didsbury, Manchester, England, M20 3JG. ICO Registration: ZA160649

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