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Specialist Medical Negligence Solicitors

No win, no fee

Get expert advice on making a medical negligence claim from specialist medical negligence solicitors. Click for more information on the type of medical negligence claim you wish to make.

Get expert advice on making a personal injury claim from specialist personal injury solicitors. Click for more information on the type of personal injury claim you wish to make.

No Win, No Fee Medical Negligence Claims

All medical negligence cases accepted by Blackwater Law are operated on a no win, no fee basis. We also provide free initial advice on whether you may be entitled to medical negligence compensation. All you need to do to find out whether you may be entitled to make a clinical negligence claim is give us a call on 0800 083 5500 and you will speak with a specialist medical negligence solicitor.

The lawyer you speak with from the very beginning will be an expert in medical negligence claims. They will ask you about the poor medical care you (or your loved one) have received and about how this has impacted the health and wellbeing of the victim. Since you will be speaking with a specialist medical negligence lawyer from the very first call, we will quickly be able to tell you whether you may be entitled to make a medical negligence claim.

Client testimonial

I feel that Jason got me the best possible outcome, it was more than I could have ever imagined.

Catherine Gray, Blackwater Law Client

 Medical Negligence Solicitors

Blackwater Law are medical negligence solicitors based in Essex & Suffolk, but we represent clients from across England and Wales to make successful medical negligence compensation claims. We are independently recognised as a leading team of medical negligence solicitors by The Legal 500, a directory of the UK’s top law firms.

Our team of medical negligence solicitors have a wealth of experience dealing with a wide range of medical negligence claims. We represent clients in cases ranging from those involving the most severe and life-threatening injuries and illnesses, to cases involving medical errors causing only short-term implications for you or your loved-one. Our team of specialist solicitors advise and represent clients from across the country in relation to cases involving Medical Negligence and Accident & Injury Claims. These include; Delayed & Misdiagnosis Claims, Hospital Negligence Claims, Birth Injury Claims, Knee Injury Claims, Rib Injury Claims, Back Injury Claims, Leg Injury Claims & much more.

We will proceed with your claim on a no win, no fee basis meaning there is no financial risk to you

Blackwater Law medical negligence solicitors advise and represent clients across the UK in claiming medical negligence compensation.

Get in touch today for free initial advice and we will tell you whether you may be entitled to make a medical negligence claim. We will explain everything you need to know, answer any questions you may have and explain to you the process moving forward.

Our expert team of solicitors are specialists in the field of medical negligence and securing compensation for patients and victims. We ensure that we not only give you expert legal advice in relation to your medical negligence claim, but that we maximise the amount of compensation you receive if your claim is successful.

Blackwater Law medical negligence solicitors acted for Mr L in a medical negligence claim in the High Court after he was misdiagnosed. The misdiagnosis meant he went on to suffer a serious stroke causing life-limiting disability.


News & Articles

A leaked document has revealed that rows between surgeons may have contributed to a higher mortality rate at St George’s Hospital in London, raising questions about potential medical negligence claims that may follow as a result. The concerns relate to the cardiac surgery unit within the hospital. More
New figures have revealed that in the past two years, hospitals in England have recorded a third more sepsis deaths than in previous years. The figures have raised concerns over the level of care provided in hospitals and whether any of the deaths may be attributable to hospital negligence. More
More than 600 stillbirths each year could be prevented should better care be provided by the NHS, a new report suggests. More