Clinical and Medical Negligence Injury Claims
Clinical and Medical Negligence injuries can be life changing. If you have suffered a serious injury because medical treatment did not turn out as expected, then our Solicitors can help you.
Sometimes medical professionals make mistakes or fail in their duty of care, causing injury or making existing conditions worse. Medical negligence can happen in a number of ways, including misdiagnosing a condition, providing incorrect treatment or making a surgical mistake during operations.
Trusted Medical Negligence legal service
If you believe you may have been a victim of medical negligence, our specialist solicitors can support you.
- Our promise that you have no obligation if you just want to talk to us
- Face to face meetings at your home at a time to suit you
- A personal service that you will trust
- We can represent you on a "no win, no fee" basis should you decide to bring a medical accident claim
- We can provide you with support services to advise on other needs you may have, such as problems with debts, employment or your benefits rights.
Complete medical negligence legal advice and support
We provide advice and support across a variety of areas:
- Brain damage
- Nerve damage
- Injury during childbirth and Cerebral Palsy
- Fatality and inquests
- Spinal cord injury
- Other serious injuries
The team to trust when you need help and support
Our expert medical negligence solicitors have been supporting people like yourself and your family since the 1980s.
We pride ourselves on being trusted, independent, successful and helpful in all cases with our clients. Supporting you at every step of the way, our medical negligence professionals will ensure that you receive the money and resources to pay for the rehabilitation and care you need to enjoy the best possible quality of life.
Having now known Neil Holland and the team at Stamp Jackson & Procter LLP for over 12 years, we would thoroughly recommend their services to any one who is in a similar position and needs legal help and advice to care for a relative who has suffered from a life changing delayed diagnosis.