Medical Negligence and Personal Injury
Claims against Medical Negligence, slips, trips falls, misdiagnosis

Medical Negligence

Pursuing a medical negligence compensation claim is not straightforward and is quite different to pursuing other types of personal injury claim. So it’s important to find a solicitor who has expertise and experience of medical claims which encompasses both medical and legal knowledge. Remedy Law have such expertise and can assist in your pursuit for justice.

Types of Medical Negligence claims

A&E medical negligence

Adult brain injuries

Amputation injuries

Botox related injuries

Bowel injuries

Cancer misdiagnosis or late diagnosis

Child brain injuries

Childbirth injuries

Cosmetic surgery injuries

Dispensing incorrect medication

Doctor negligence

Exacerbation of existing illnesses

Eye injuries

Fatal medical accidents

HP Mistakes

Hospital acquired illness/disease e.g. MRSA

Injuries caused by lack of or poor nursing care

Medical malpractice

Medical misdiagnosis

Nursing and care home abuse/injuries

Orthopaedic negligence

Pregnancy injuries

Pressure sores

Spinal injuries

Surgical negligence

Personal injury

“Personal injury” is the legal term for an injury or illness that has been caused (or made worse) by someone else’s negligence. If you’ve suffered in these circumstances you may be able to make a personal injury claim to recover compensation from those responsible.

Types of personal injury


Assault or battery

Back injury

Birth injury

Broken/fractured bones

Burn injury

Dog bites or other pet-related injuries



Facial injury

Neck injury


Permanent disability

Psychological injuries




Slips and falls

Soft tissue injury

Spinal cord injury

Traumatic brain injury

Wrongful death

Will I have to go to court?

This is a very difficult question to answer. You may have to go to court. You will of course be given guidance and support if this is required. Often many cases do not go to court and settle by way of an out of court settlement.

Remedy Law will work on the basis that your claim will end up going to court as if we did not, we would be doing all those we represent a disservice. We do not automatically seek for your claim to be settled out of court if we not feel you will be properly compensated but will listen to your wishes and work with you to achieve a positive outcome.


If most cases we can offer you a No Win, No Fee Agreement. This means that you will not have to pay us unless we are successful in your claim. If we are successful in your claim you will need to pay us a success fee which is capped at no more than 25% of your compensation.

If your claim is unsuccessful, we simply do not get paid

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