How do I know if I have a valid legal claim?

If you decide to press ahead with a valid legal claim for compensation, your medical negligence solicitor will begin to investigate your case. To make a successful claim, your health solicitor must establish several things.

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How do I know if I have a valid legal claim?

If you decide to press ahead with a valid legal claim for compensation, in the first place, an especially supportive medical negligence solicitor should investigate your case. Because to make a successful claim, your health solicitor must establish:

Negligence claim

That the healthcare professional did something that fell below the standard of care expected of a reasonably competent clinician in the same field of medicine, firstly.

Causation claim

That the medical error caused you an injury, prolonged your treatment or made an existing medical condition worse.

This may sound very simple, in truth, and in other types of personal injury cases, it really is simple. However, medical negligence claims offer a fairly unique complexity. Patients who seek medical advice invariably will have experienced problems with their health before the medical mistake occurs. Moreover, it can be challenging to show that the injuries are the result of a medical error, and not simply a consequence of the underlying medical condition.

If you would like to chat with a legal expert, feel free to contact us today.

Frequency of Valid Legal Claims for Compensation

For example, consider how NHS figures show that between 5,000 and 6,000 amputations occur in the UK each year. The majority of these relate to progressive conditions such as diabetes, but some stem from medical negligence.

The Medical Negligence Experts understand that your situation may appear similar to other people’s on paper. But in actuality, every patient is unique in the way that negligence affects a person’s life. In addition, in the nature of their rehabilitation, in their support network, and in how they approach their changed situation.

How Can We Help?

Our amputation claims solicitors obtain compensation which you can use in a variety of ways to help you move forward with your life, too. For example:

  • privately funding for rehabilitation;
  • loss of earnings;
  • adaptions for your home or a move to somewhere more suited to your needs;
  • specialist sporting prosthetic limbs;
  • mobility aids, and;
  • adaptations for cars.

Contact The Medical Negligence Experts today: in short, we’ll start you on the path to a brighter future.

How do I know if I have a valid legal claim?

If you decide to press ahead with a valid legal claim for compensation, in the first place, an especially supportive medical negligence solicitor should investigate your case. Because to make a successful claim, your health solicitor must establish:

Negligence claim

That the healthcare professional did something that fell below the standard of care expected of a reasonably competent clinician in the same field of medicine, firstly.

Causation claim

That the medical error caused you an injury, prolonged your treatment or made an existing medical condition worse.

This may sound very simple, in truth, and in other types of personal injury cases, it really is simple. However, medical negligence claims offer a fairly unique complexity. Patients who seek medical advice invariably will have experienced problems with their health before the medical mistake occurs. Moreover, it can be challenging to show that the injuries are the result of a medical error, and not simply a consequence of the underlying medical condition.

If you would like to chat with a legal expert, feel free to contact us today.

Frequency of Valid Legal Claims for Compensation

For example, consider how NHS figures show that between 5,000 and 6,000 amputations occur in the UK each year. The majority of these relate to progressive conditions such as diabetes, but some stem from medical negligence.

The Medical Negligence Experts understand that your situation may appear similar to other people’s on paper. But in actuality, every patient is unique in the way that negligence affects a person’s life. In addition, in the nature of their rehabilitation, in their support network, and in how they approach their changed situation.

How Can We Help?

Our amputation claims solicitors obtain compensation which you can use in a variety of ways to help you move forward with your life, too. For example:

  • privately funding for rehabilitation;
  • loss of earnings;
  • adaptions for your home or a move to somewhere more suited to your needs;
  • specialist sporting prosthetic limbs;
  • mobility aids, and;
  • adaptations for cars.

Contact The Medical Negligence Experts today: in short, we’ll start you on the path to a brighter future.