Medical Negligence

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Medical negligence (also known as clinical negligence) is a breach of duty of care by healthcare professionals.

It’s quite simple. When you’re treated by someone working in the healthcare profession, you’re embarking on a contract of sorts – duty of care, it’s called – where you’re entrusting them to give you the best possible medical attention and care they can provide. Whether it’s a doctor or surgeon, a dentist, pharmacist or care home attendant, all of them are bound by law to attend to your needs to the best of their abilities.

And most of the time, that’s exactly what you get. But sadly, it’s not always the case. You’ve heard the horror stories, you’ve seen the reports on the news. There are instances where people have suffered from medical negligence at the hands of the medical profession, and with all the radical changes and cuts happening in both the NHS and the private sector, medical negligence claims are most certainly not going to go away.

So that’s where we come in. We’ve got a specialist team of medical negligence solicitors on hand who know everything there is to know about medical negligence claims. Just as importantly, however, they’re approachable, sympathetic people you can really talk to and trust. No one understands better than they do how upsetting and traumatising it can be when a healthcare professional gets it terribly wrong.

In this section of the website, we’ll be looking at some of the major areas of medical negligence claims that our team frequently deal with:

  • Dental Claims
  • Surgical Errors
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Ophthalmic Claims
  • Pregnancy Claims
  • Childbirth Claims
  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • Cancer Care

Our main focus will always be you. Our medical negligence solicitors will make sure that you get the best service, the most professional and understanding representation at all times and that you’re happy with every decision and development that our team of medical lawyers take. And that’s only part of it. From day one of your dealings with us, we will dedicate our time and resources to help you rebuild your life and get you back on track. Whatever it takes, whatever you need, our medical negligence compensation team will be there to help you every step of the way.


Ready to talk to someone about your medical negligence case? We know it’s a big step but you have nothing to fear. We work on a strictly ‘no win – no fee’ basis. All the advice we offer you is free and everything will be treated in the strictest of confidence. Call us now on 03300 080 321 or you can fill out a form here.

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Georgia Briscoe

Georgia Briscoe

Director of Medical Negligence

Georgia is Director of the Medical Negligence at Fletchers. She has an impressive wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to dealing with Medical Negligence cases and prides herself on developing her team to ensure everyone shares her passion, tenacity and drive to get the best results for our customers.

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