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Clinical Negligence

Justice in Medical Malpractice Cases

Clinical negligence cases require an unwavering advocate who will uphold your rights and secure the compensation you are rightfully owed. At 360 Law Services, we are committed to seeking justice for those who have endured harm due to clinical negligence. Our dedicated team of specialists possess the experience and resolve necessary to navigate the intricate legal framework of clinical negligence under England & Wales law. With a meticulous approach to investigation and working closely with medical experts, we construct a compelling case on your behalf.


Armed with our persuasive advocacy and deep understanding of clinical negligence law, we steadfastly pursue the maximum compensation for the physical, emotional, and financial suffering you have endured. Trust in 360 Law Services to provide empathetic guidance throughout the legal process, while adamantly advocating for your rights. Let us represent you in the quest for justice, ensuring those at fault are held accountable.

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    Our Clinical Negligence Expertise

    Misdiagnosis and Delayed Diagnosis

    Expertise in cases involving misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis, seeking redress for the harm caused by medical errors.

    Surgical Errors

    Comprehensive support for those affected by surgical errors, pursuing compensation for the resultant damages.

    Birth Injuries

    Compassionate handling of birth injury cases, defending the rights of families affected by medical negligence during childbirth.

    Medication and Prescription Errors

    Detailed approach to cases related to medication mistakes and prescription errors, seeking justice for the harm caused.

    Hospital Infections

    Dedicated representation in cases involving hospital-acquired infections, holding healthcare providers accountable for negligence.

    Negligent Treatment and Care

    Advocacy for individuals who have suffered harm due to negligent treatment or substandard care.

    NHS Complaints and Investigations

    Assistance for clients in raising complaints and initiating investigations concerning clinical negligence within the NHS, as per the NHS complaints procedure.

    Fatal Clinical Negligence

    Compassionate support for families who have lost loved ones due to clinical negligence, seeking justice and compensation for their loss.

    Cerebral Palsy Claims

    Expertise in representing families affected by cerebral palsy, pursuing compensation to aid the child’s lifelong care needs.

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    FAQs - Clinical Negligence

    What is clinical negligence?

    Clinical negligence, also known as medical malpractice in some regions, occurs when a healthcare professional’s conduct falls below the standard of care expected of them, resulting in harm or injury to a patient. In England and Wales, this can include misdiagnosis, surgical errors, medication mistakes, and failure to obtain informed consent, among other issues. Our legal team specialises in identifying and addressing these instances of clinical negligence, pursuing rightful compensation for our clients under the law of England and Wales.

    What is the time limit for filing a clinical negligence claim in England & Wales?

    Under the law of England and Wales, you generally have three years from the date of the incident or from the date you became aware of the negligence to file a clinical negligence claim. Exceptions apply, particularly for minors or those who lack mental capacity, where the three-year limit may not apply. It is essential to consult with an experienced clinical negligence solicitor as soon as possible to ensure that your claim is filed within this required timeframe. Our expert team is here to guide you through the legal process in England and Wales, ensuring all critical deadlines are met.

    What can I expect in terms of compensation for a clinical negligence claim

    Compensation in clinical negligence cases in England and Wales can vary significantly based on the severity of the injury, the impact on your life, and specific circumstances of the case. Compensation may cover medical expenses, loss of earnings, future care costs, pain and suffering, and other related damages. Our dedicated legal team, well-versed in England and Wales law, will diligently work to evaluate the full extent of your losses and fight for the maximum compensation you are entitled to under the legal system.

    How is clinical negligence different from general negligence?

    While general negligence covers a broad spectrum of situations where someone may act carelessly, clinical negligence specifically pertains to negligence within a medical or healthcare setting.

    Can I claim on behalf of someone else?

    Yes, if the injured person is a child, lacks mental capacity, or has passed away, a close family member or legal representative can typically make a claim on their behalf.

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