How Medical Negligence Claim Expert Solicitors Negotiate a Claim
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How our solicitors negotiate a claim
Have you suffered medical malpractice or negligence in the past three years? If so, we can help! See how solicitors negotiate a claim for compensation to you.
Our team of specialist medical negligence solicitors has worked with various patients across the UK to help them claim compensation. Whether you’ve suffered illness, injury or financial loss following medical negligence, we can help you get the answers and compensation you deserve.
If we win your case and you are awarded compensation, you can take the time you need to recover without worrying about your finances. However, we know that the process of claiming for medical negligence is long and complex. This is why we’re here to provide advice and support every step of the way.
I would claim, but I can’t afford a solicitor
Can’t afford legal fees? No problem. Our expert panel of medical negligence solicitors work on a no-win, no-fee basis. It means you’ll only pay us if we win your case.
There are no upfront fees, no hidden costs, and we are totally transparent about what we do. At the start of your claim, you’ll be asked to sign a document outlining your financial obligations. You will also be made aware of any unexpected costs (such as GP record costs, travel expenses or court fees) before we proceed.
If they win your case, you will pay a percentage of your compensation – which is no more than 25% by law. If you lose, you’ll pay nothing.
It’s been more than three years since the incident
You may still be able to claim, even if the malpractice or medical negligence happened in the past. If you were a child at the time of a procedure, for example, then the three-year rule only applies after you turn 18.
Similarly, if you were disabled or suffering from mental illness at the time of the incident, the three-year ‘statute of limitations’ only comes into effect when the illness or disability ceases to have an effect. In other words, if you still have a disability or illness registered under the Mental Health Act – you may still be able to claim.
If neither of these exemptions applies to you, but you can still prove that the incident severely impacted you or your quality of life, a medical negligence solicitor may still be able to take your case to court.
However, the only way to know for sure whether you have a strong case is to consult with a team of expert medical negligence solicitors.
Need legal advice? Contact us FREE today
If you’re not sure whether you have a case, or you’re unclear about how no-win, no fee agreements work, why not contact one of our solicitors for medical negligence?
It’s free to arrange a call back, and there is no obligation to proceed with your case. By contacting The Medical Negligence Claim Experts, you can seek advice from a qualified solicitor for medical negligence and find out if your case is worth pursuing.
For more information, get in touch with one of our advisors and let us help you claim the compensation you deserve.
How can we help?
The solicitors we work with obtain compensation which you can use in a variety of ways to help you move forward with your life, including privately funded rehabilitation, loss of earnings, adaptions for your home or a move to somewhere more suited to your needs.
Contact The Medical Negligence Experts today and let us start you on the path to a brighter future.