Hospital Negligence Claims

If you believe you have suffered negligence whilst attending hospital our specialist medical negligence solicitors may be able to assist you with a claim.

Has negligence in a hospital caused your health problems to worsen?

Hospital negligence can include many different types of treatment which can include the following:

  • A delay in diagnosing your condition which has resulted in a worsening outcome of your prognosis
  • A failure to diagnose a fracture
  • A failure to treat or manage an infection which has resulted in sepsis
  • The nursing care that you received could be of a poor standard resulting in pain and suffering, pressure sores, neglect
  • Surgical errors can also occur in hospital
  • Gynaecological errors or a poor standard of treatment
  • Urological issues
  • Orthopaedic injuries
  • Nerve injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Anaesthetic errors
  • Hip replacements

Clinical or medical negligence is when a consultant, nurse or doctor provides a poor standard of care which results in an injury or makes a condition worse. Negligence can happen at any stage of treatment and our specialist team are happy to discuss any aspect of your treatment which you may believe is of a poor standard.

If you believe that either you have suffered due to the neglect of a health care professional, call BLV LAW to discuss your case. We can advise you if you have a claim. 

We work on a "no win, no fee" basis.

There are no fees to pay upfront and during your claim and a fixed fee is only payable if your claim is won.

We can help you achieve the maximum support and financial compensation. You can claim for past and future losses to help support you and your family in coping with the long term effects of any medical negligence that has occurred.

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Contact us using the form below for any questions you may have or please call 0800 567 72 72.

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