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If you suffer an injury caused by medical negligence, it can have a devastating impact not just on your own lifestyle, but on your whole family’s way of life too. At what may be a particularly distressing time, you want to be sure you can count on expert help.

Making a medical negligence claim can be a daunting process with many questions like how much compensation for medical negligence you might be entitled to.

To be successful, you need professional support and guidance on your side. We can advise you on the best steps to take, what medical negligence compensation amounts you might expect and then help you through the whole process with the aim of obtaining this so you can start to rebuild your life:

Help with all types of medical negligence claims

From acquired brain injuries and dental negligence, to birth injuries and spinal injuries, our team of expert medical negligence solicitors have an exhaustive experience of medical negligence claims and compensation. Whatever you need to claim for, we know how best to go about it.

Find out more about our main areas of claim at the links below:

Understanding your medical negligence claim

Our expert team will help you understand what constitutes medical negligence, and whether you can make a claim. We can also explain what level of damages and how much compensation for medical negligence you can expect should your claim be successful.

Read our guide to medical negligence here >>

How to claim for negligent medical treatment

Your medical negligence claims and compensation is our priority. As medical negligence solicitors, we’ve been helping clients make successful claims for decades, and pride ourselves on getting to grips with the complex needs of every case to deliver a speedy resolution. You can count on us for specialist knowledge, unparalleled commitment and a down-to-earth approach.

Read our FAQs on making a medical negligence claim here >>


Building a Team Around the Client

We create a Team Around the Client in partnership with the family and professionals, including therapists, case manager and an Independent Financial Advisor. This multi-disciplinary team is focused on optimising the compensation so that it supports the client’s quality of life for his or her lifetime and empowers them to lead as independent a life as possible.

And with offices serving all of England & Wales – including in Bath, Swindon, Oxford and London – wherever you are, we can help.

Otherwise, contact us today to discuss your medical negligence claims and compensation and ask us any questions you may have regarding everything from solicitors to medical negligence compensation amounts.


“I would recommend you to anyone who needs help and advice with medical law as I found you easy to talk to and you went through all the options I could take and nothing was too much trouble”.

Royds Withy King Medical Negligence Client


Where you can find us

Our solicitors act for clients across England & Wales, however we have a number of offices in which you can come and see us:

We also have a consulting office in Bristol, which is available by appointment.


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