Sue the NHS.
The National Health Service (NHS) is a service that we have come to trust and rely on. In the vast majority of cases the care and treatment provided by the NHS is excellent and thousands of people are helped with illness everyday. However, sometimes things go wrong which may leave someone in the position of needing to Sue The NHS for compensation for damages or future care requirements.
Can I Sue the NHS?
If you have been the victim of any form of negligence while under the care of the NHS, the answer to this is likely to be yes, especially if the negligence occurred within the past 3 years or if you were under 18 when it happened. To find out if you are entitled to make a claim call us today on 0800 118 5577.
A claim against the NHS is not usually a easy one to make by yourself and you may wish to seek professional legal help. You will also be provided with help making a formal complaint, if required.
Free legal help and advice.
Our service is offered free of charge and we put you in direct contact with a solicitor which specialises in suing the NHS (and private clinics). Your solicitor will discuss your claim with you in detail through a one-on-one consultation. All advice is free and you are not obliged to sue the NHS after your free consultation.
Should you decide to go ahead with your claim, you will be provided with a direct contact telephone number and email address for the solicitor dealing with your case, so that you can contact them whenever you need to during usual office ours.
What should I do next?
To find out if you have a valid claim for compensation against the NHS, call us today on 0800 118 5577.
You may also like to check out our useful links page for contact details for NHS complaints departments.
Sue the NHS UK NHS Compensation Claims services provided by Smart Injury Assist, PO Box 2568, Henfield, BN5 0BS.