Patients who have received a substandard level of medical care which has caused or worsened an illness or injury may be entitled to pursue clinical negligence claims.
Medical experts have a duty of care towards their patients. If they breach this obligation and the treatment they provide falls below par, this can cause unnecessary pain and suffering to those in their care. Roberts Jackson Solicitors can provide expert legal guidance to those injured by clinical negligence, making sure that they are fully compensated for any medical and financial hardship caused.
Clinical Negligence Claims we deal with
Our solicitors are highly skilled at handling a wide range of clinical negligence claims for people who have suffered at the hands of medical professionals, including:
- Misdiagnosis (incorrect or delayed)
- Delayed treatment
- Dental negligence
- Cerebral palsy negligence
Whatever the illness or injury you have endured as a result of clinical negligence, Roberts Jackson can offer expert legal advice to help you decide on the best course of action. If you pursue a clinical negligence claim with us, our legal team will also work hard to secure you the maximum level of compensation, while making sure that you have access to the medical care you deserve during your recovery and rehabilitation.
Clinical negligence the process
We understand at Roberts Jackson that clinical negligence is an extremely severe and personal issue for all our clients. In nearly all cases of negligence there has been a loss of trust due to the nature of the injury or condition that you have obtained. The first step is a chat with one of our advisers who establishes whether or not you have a valid claim, once this is done you can sit back and relax as we promise to do all the hard work for you. We also promise to update all our clients on a schedule that fits their needs. We will always be there to offer you with the best advice on how to approach your claim.
Clinical negligence time limits
There is a fixed time limit in place for pursuing medical and clinical negligence claims. A case must be brought within three years of the negligent act or three years from the date of knowledge, which is the time you found out your illness or injury had been caused by clinical negligence.
There are certain exceptions to this rule, as children, adults with learning difficulties and fatal cases have different limitation periods in place.
For further information about your clinical negligence claim, get in contact with Roberts Jackson on 0800 001 4496.