Accident & Emergency Departments provide a vital service in the most difficult circumstances. When things go wrong the errors can be catastrophic; that's when it's time to call Slater and Gordon Lawyers on freephone 0808 175 8000 or contact us online.
98% of our Medical Negligence Claims are funded through a Conditional Fee Agreement, which is more commonly known as a No Win No Fee agreement. This means there is no financial risk to you.
We offer a free consultation to help you understand whether or not you have a claim for compensation. We also offer home and hospital visits particularly for people who cannot attend our offices.
The first step is to provide our Medical Negligence Solicitors with the details of what happened to you; as this helps to determine how successful your A&E claim is likely to be.
Slater and Gordon Lawyers have many years experience securing compensation for negligence in Hospital A&E departments.
We can provide immediate representation and rehabilitation support anywhere in England, Scotland & Wales from our offices in Birmingham, Cambridge, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, London and Manchester.
Despite A&E departments being high-pressure environments, you are still entitled to a high standard of care. When this care falls short, and it can be proved to have resulted in you suffering an additional injury or illness, you can claim compensation against the A&E department by contacting our Medical Negligence Solicitors that specialise in A&E claims.
Some A&E mistakes occur due to failures, errors or delays in making a diagnosis. Recent compensation claims include:
Some A&E mistakes occur due to not treating a condition correctly. Recent compensation claims include:
Our Medical Negligence Solicitors regularly recover compensation for patients after mistakes in hospital have caused damage through failure to diagnose. The conditions missed include:
Solicitors at Slater and Gordon Lawyers are members of the Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel, Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA), the UK charity for patient safety and justice, and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).