Other Types of Accident or Injury | Clinical Negligence

Clinical negligence

Your spinal cord injury may have been caused, or made worse, by a mistake made by a doctor during an operation or surgical procedure that went wrong.

If a mistake has been made by a doctor, nurse or other healthcare professional and they have failed in their duty to provide an appropriate level of care or skill which has resulted in your injury, then you may be entitled to pursue a claim.

At Aspire Law, we have many years' experience of making claims against hospitals, GPs and other healthcare providers and have secured numerous successful outcomes on behalf of our clients.

If you believe that you have a spinal cord injury clinical negligence claim, we would recommend consulting a specialist solicitor at an early stage to discuss the details of your claim and to agree the best way forward.

Whilst there are some exceptions, generally you will need to bring a clinical negligence claim within three years from the date of the negligent treatment. However, it's best to contact us as soon as possible so that we can accurately document the details of the medical procedure that caused your spinal cord injury and support your rehabilitation and recovery.