GP Negligence

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GP Negligence Claims

Your GP is vital to your healthcare journey and is often the first point of contact when you need medical attention. It is crucial that your GP recognises your symptoms, diagnoses your condition, and provides prompt treatment or refers you to a specialist if necessary.

However, if your GP fails to provide a reasonable and competent standard of care, it could result in avoidable injury, pain, and suffering. Severe conditions such as diabetes, heart conditions, meningitis, and cancer require urgent specialist treatment, and your GP should be able to identify them.

If you believe that your GP has failed to uphold the required standard of care, you may be eligible to make a compensation claim. It is essential to seek the advice of a specialist medical negligence solicitor who can guide you through the legal process and help you get the answers you need.

At the Personal Injury People, we understand the devastating impact GP negligence can have on your life, affecting not just you but those of your family and loved ones. 

If you want to find out if you can make a compensation claim, contact our team for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your case. Call 0800 731 7555 or complete the enquiry form to get in touch.

Areas we cover


Maternal Death

Still Birth or Neonatal Death

Obstetrics Negligence Claims

Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Claims

Midwife Negligence Claims

Dental Negligence

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General Practice Negligence Solicitors

General Practice is one of the most vital and complicated areas of medicine, which requires a high level of expertise and experience. To make a compensation claim, it must be proved that the GP or healthcare professional was negligent. We have specialist experience dealing with GP negligence cases at the Personal Injury People. Our sensitive and approachable lawyers can advise you of the prospects of claiming compensation. Some of the GP negligence cases we can help with include (but are not limited to):

  • Delay or failure to diagnose
  • Delay or failure to refer to a hospital or specialist
  • Failure to refer for an X-ray, MRI or other scans
  • Wrong prescription or wrong dosage
  • Failure to spot infection (e.g. a wound infection)
  • Injury through negligent treatment or procedure

Our work is carried out on a ‘no-win, no-fee’ basis . We operate nationally, helping clients across England and Wales with medical negligence claims brought against GPs and other medical professionals or medical treatment and care providers.

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Making a Compensation Claim

We understand that you may be reluctant to make a negligence claim against your GP. This could be due to various reasons, such as a sense of loyalty or concerns over further treatment. However, it is important to note that the negligent failure of a GP could have severe and life-changing consequences, which may require extensive care and financial assistance to help with the recovery, rehabilitation, or coping with the aftermath.

If you suspect that your medical treatment has been negligent, it is imperative to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Our highly skilled personal injury solicitors have longstanding experience handling GP negligence cases. We can investigate what has happened to you and assess whether you are entitled to claim compensation. By taking this step, you can ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the compensation and necessary support to help you navigate these challenging times. Remember, seeking legal advice is the first step towards obtaining the answers and compensation you deserve.

If you want to find out if you can make a compensation claim, contact our team for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your case. Call our team today 0800 731 7555 or complete the enquiry form to get in touch.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can I bring a medical negligence claim against?

You can bring a compensation claim against private hospitals, cosmetic clinics, the NHS, dentists, GPs, nurses and other providers of medical treatment and care.

Do you have experience with medical negligence claims?

In order to make a medical negligence claim, it must be proved that the doctor or healthcare professional was negligent. At Russell & Russell, we have legal experts who are experienced in dealing with medical negligence cases, so we’ll be able to advise you of the prospects of making a claim for compensation. Our work is carried out on a no win, no fee basis so you can rest assure that you won’t be required to pay vast sums of money for fighting your case.

How much will it cost?

Subject to a satisfactory Risk Assessment in respect of your case, we’ll enter into a No Win No Fee Agreement. This is also known as a Conditional Fee Agreement.

If we enter into a no win no fee arrangement (Conditional Fee Agreement), we’ll finance the case on your behalf. If your claim is won, we’ll restrict our fees payable by you, inclusive of vat, to a maximum of 25% of the compensation you’re awarded. We’ll guarantee that you’ll receive at least 75% of the compensation awarded, subject to the following deductions:

  • After the Event Insurance Premium
  • Unrecovered disbursements
  • Any fees incurred because of your breach of the Agreement

Further information in respect of the Conditional Fee Agreement will be provided within our client care documentation.

How long do I have to make a claim?
Generally, you can make a claim for compensation up to three years from the date of your injury. This is what we call the limitation period. There are, however, some circumstances where the limitation period is two years. To find out more, call us.

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