University College Hospital Medical Negligence Solicitors - UK Compensation Claims

HELPLINE: ☎ 0344 414 0019

Although most patients who are treated by the healthcare professionals at the University College Hospital in London receive the highest possible level of care and are completely satisfied with their treatment, there are times when things go wrong. Did you experience some sort of a personal injury at University College Hospital because of inadequate or inappropriate care? If so our specialist medical negligence solicitors may be able to help you to claim compensation for personal injury caused as a result of negligence.


Our personal injury solicitors will be more than happy to give you free advice with no further obligation as to whether you have a viable medical negligence compensation claim and on the value of your potential damages. You can contact us through our helpline or you can complete the contact form or email our offices. If you would feel more comfortable talking about your case with a same sex solicitor, please advise us when you first make contact.

Free Legal Advice

The initial conversation with our medical negligence solicitor puts you under no obligation whatsoever. Our service is free of charge and if after talking with one of our medical negligence solicitors you decide to take no action against University College Hospital then you owe us absolutely nothing and you are under no obligation to use our services now or at a later time.

Negligent Actions

The major issue to keep in mind when deciding whether or not to make a claim of medical negligence compensation against University College Hospital is determining whether or not the healthcare provider has indeed been negligent. Just because a certain medical procedure doesn't work for you, while it may have worked for someone else or some other form of treatment may have worked for you doesn't necessarily mean that the healthcare professionals were negligent. Failure does not necessarily mean negligence. It is important to bear in mind that not all treatments will work for all people. If the treatment is considered to be logical and one which is considered to be a proper one by a substantial number of medical professionals, it will in all likelihood be considered not to be negligent, even though it may fail.

Time Limits

It is important to keep in mind that there are time limits for making a compensation claim for personal injury caused by medical negligence. There are exceptions made for minors or those persons who are mentally challenged. For more information you should talk with a qualified solicitor. It can't hurt and it may very well help. As with any legal matter, it is always best to get an opinion direct from a solicitor or a barrister. You just may be glad that you did just that.

HELPLINE: ☎ 0344 414 0019