Sepsis medical negligence claims

A successful claim could entitle you to financial compensation to help with your care and provide support for you and your family.

Rachel Benton, Cambridge
Rachel Benton, medical negligence specialist in Cambridge

Sepsis compensation claims: Expert medical negligence solcitors

It is crucial that sepsis, is diagnosed and treated immediately. Failure to do so can lead to serious implications such as multi-organ failure and can even be fatal.  Professional guidelines are clear, but mistakes during treatment can and do happen.

If you or a loved one are worried about the standard of care received, our legal specialists are here to help. You can talk to someone who has the experience and knowledge to help you find out what has gone wrong and what you can do about it.

No win, no fee

We work on a no win, no fee basis, so there’s no need to worry about costs. Plus, our specialist solicitors provide an initial free assessment of your claim.

Sepsis medical negligence claims include: 

  • Delayed diagnosis of sepsis – you might have a claim if your doctor didn’t spot the signs of sepsis early enough and this made your condition worse
  • Misdiagnosis of sepsis – you might have a claim if your doctor misinterpreted your symptoms, and this caused a delay in your treatment which made your condition worse.

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How a compensation claim can help

You may feel very worried about the future for yourself and your family. You could be entitled to financial compensation which can help to take the pressure off at a very stressful time. Plus, you may have lasting complications, require ongoing treatment or need additional surgery in the future. Financial compensation could help provide security and stability for the future, including provision for your care requirements.

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Come in for a free, confidential, no obligation chat, or fill out our enquiry form and we will let you know how we can help. We can also visit you at home if you wish.

Call for a FREE initial consultation on 0800 013 1165

Our medical negligence lawyers are based in:

  • Cambridgeshire: Cambridge
  • Essex: Brentwood, Chelmsford, Royston and Saffron Walden
  • Hertfordshire: Bishops Stortford

But we can help you wherever you are in England and Wales.

Sepsis medical negligence FAQ's

Do I need to pay to pursue a medical negligence claim?

Most medical negligence claims are settled under a ‘No Win No Fee’ agreement. This means you won’t have to pay for any legal costs, or costs associated with your claim, unless you are successful. If your claim is successful, the costs are paid from your compensation amount.

Tees takes many medical negligence claims on a ‘No Win No Fee’ basis. Most of our claims are funded using a conditional fee agreement. With this arrangement, if you lose your case, it should not cost you a penny. If you win your case, we will recover most of the costs from the defendants.  There may be some deductions from your compensation for costs, but we guarantee that these will be no more than 25% of the total compensation recovered.

You will receive at least 75% of the compensation awarded. 

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How will the legal fees for a medical negligence claim be paid for?

Most of our claims are funded using our funding package which means, if you lose your case, it should not cost you a penny.  The package includes a conditional fee agreement, a loan facility, and after the event insurance. If you win your case, we will recover most of the costs from the defendants and we will deduct a success fee and any unrecovered costs from your compensation. The costs that are deducted from your compensation will always be limited to a maximum of 25% of the total you receive, guaranteeing that you will receive at least 75% of the compensation awarded. 

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Who can bring a medical negligence claim?

If you have been injured as a result of negligent medical treatment you can bring the claim yourself.

You can also bring a claim if you are the next of kin of someone; who has died due to negligent medical treatment, or who cannot take action themselves as they do not have capacity, this includes children.

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