Can I claim for Clinical Negligence?

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What are common types of Medical Negligence claims?

Injuries arising from medical negligence can be caused in many different ways but generally speaking, successful claims normally fall into one or more of the following categories:

Delayed Diagnosis

Clinical Error

Misdiagnosis

Failure to Intervene

Medical Mismanagement

Adam Wright

Adam is a Clinical Negligence specialist whose practice consists solely of Clinical Negligence claims. His expertise covers all types of injury arising from clinical negligence against: -

  • NHS Trusts
  • GP Practices
  • Doctors in Private Practice
  • Opticians
  • Dental Surgeries
  • Care / Nursing Homes

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Adam Wright

Why use Setfords for your Clinical Negligence Claim?

No Win No Fee

Adam is able to provide no win no fee funding, meaning reduced financial risks to you.

£1,086,000

The amount of compensation Adam Wright has recovered for clients in the last year.

£181,000

The average amount of compensation per case Adam Wright has managed to recover for his clients.

10,678

The number of new clinical claims per year according to NHS Resolution 2018/2019.

No win no fee

If we feel your clinical negligence case has merit, and assuming there are no other methods of funding available, we will enter into a conditional fee agreement (commonly known as a “no win no fee” agreement) with you. This means that you will not be required to pay any legal fees throughout the life of your case, or if your claim is lost. If your claim is successful, you will recover damages and out of those damages you will be required to pay the success fee and part of the insurance premium (the insurance which protects you against the risks of losing the claim). You will keep the vast majority of your damages, guaranteed.


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Read More about Clinical Negligence

Setfords specialises in clinical negligence and we handle a broad range of cases from missed fractures to serious brain/spinal injuries resulting in permanent disability. Clinical negligence (also known as ‘medical negligence’) is a complex area of law and requires highly specialised solicitors who understand the medical issues involved. Specialist solicitors must be able to grapple with complicated medical evidence and ensure that the issues are properly explained to clients so they can make informed decisions about their case.


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Adam’s Notable Cases