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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who can make a claim?
  2. How can I make a claim?
  3. Are there any time limits?
  4. How much can I claim for?
  5. Will I have to pay anything?
  6. Can I move my claim from my current solicitor to you?

Who can make a claim?

The victim of medical negligence, or someone acting for the victim, may be able to make a claim against those responsible. If you have suffered injuries as a result of medical negligence speak with our specialist solicitors to see if we can assist you in making a claim.

How can I make a claim?

Our specialist team of solicitors recognise that making a claim can be stressful and daunting for the victim. Our medical negligence solicitors will provide you with clear and concise advice so that you do not have to worry. Speak with our specialist solicitors to see if we can assist you in making a claim.

Are there any time limits?

There are time limits to making a medical negligence claim. You will have 3 years to make a claim from the date of the negligence, or, from the date you learned that your injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence. However, in cases involving children, a claim must be brought within 3 years of their 18th birthday. If the victim of medical negligence has passed away, you will generally have 3 years from the date of the victim’s death to make a claim.

If you have sustained personal injuries and are concerned about these timescales, speak with one of our specialist solicitors for a free consultation call 0000 or email/click to send us an enquiry.

How much can I claim for?

The amount of compensation you can claim for will vary depending on the seriousness of your injuries, past expenses and future needs. Compensation is designed to the put the victim of negligence back into the position they would have been in had the negligence never occurred.

Awards can comprise of many different claims such as compensation for your injuries, medical treatment, past and future care needs, past and future loss of earnings, aids and adaptions to your home and/or vehicle and other miscellaneous past and future expenses.

Where the victim of a medical negligence has passed away, you may be able to claim for additional losses such as a bereavement award, funeral expenses, loss of income/pensions, loss of love and affection, amongst others.

Will I have to pay anything?

No - you will not have to pay anything for your claim upfront. If we are able to assist you with your claim we will do so on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. To find out more speak with one of our specialist solicitors for a free consultation call 02392 660261 or email/click to send us an enquiry.

Can I move my claim from my current solicitor to you?

If you are concerned about the way in which your claim is being handled by your current solicitor, you may wish to seek a second opinion. We have assisted many individuals who have been dissatisfied with the service they received from their solicitor. If you are considering moving your claim from your current solicitor, our specialist solicitors may be able to assist. For a FREE consultation and to find out more speak with one of our specialist solicitors for a free consultation call 0000 or email/click to send us an enquiry.

 

If we are able to assist you with your claim we will do so on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. To find out more speak with one of our specialist solicitors for a free consultation call 02392 660261 or email/click to email/click to send us an enquiry.