No Win No Fee Medical Negligence Claim
Making a claim for compensation when you’ve been injured as a result of medical negligence can be simple if you have the right medical negligence lawyer. At www.NHSnegligenceclaim.com we have a panel of specialist medical negligence solicitors who will work on a no win no fee basis. This means that if you pursue your claim with NHSnegligenceclaim.com and the claim is unsuccessful you will not have to pay any legal fees. There is no financial risk to you subject to the terms of our Panel Firms.
Medical Negligence Time Limit
You usually have three years to start a claim from the date of your injury or the date you first became aware that your injury was the result of medical negligence.
It is important to get legal advice from our medical negligence specialists as soon as possible after the medical negligence took place to ensure your claim for medical negligence compensation is protected.
Your Medical Negligence Lawyer- Initial Steps
Your medical negligence lawyer will help you understand how the claims process works. Once you complete our Free Assessment your medical negligence lawyer will call you and discuss your case in the strictest confidence. Our team of medical negligence lawyers are fully trained to ask you the right questions and will be there to listen. We understand this is a difficult time and can be very stressful. Your medical negligence lawyer will want to understand the impact the negligence has had on your life to properly assess your claim for medical negligence compensation.
Your Medical Negligence Lawyer- the Claims Process
Handling your medical negligence claim will involve taking detailed statements, obtaining a copy of your medical records and x-rays, and seeking an expert opinion. Your medical negligence lawyer will arrange all of this for you and will be straightforward and hassle free. This will all help to ensure your case is a success.
Your medical negligence lawyer will want to determine if there has been a “breach of duty” on the part of the clinician who cared for you. This simply means that the treatment you received fell below the standard expected of a reasonably competent clinician.
Your medical negligence lawyer will also want to determine if the negligent care caused your injury.