Medical
Negligence

What is medical negligence?

Medical negligence is a broad term used to describe errors, accidents or sub-standard care by medical staff or hospitals.

 

Medical negligence cases include:

  • NHS or private hospitals

  • Healthcare treatment centres

  • Other forms of medical centres such as walk-in-clinics or GP surgeries

Clinical negligence is another name for medical negligence and refers to the same errors, accidents or sub-standard care you may have received by a medical professional.

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