The steps to your compensation:
Find out if you have a case
It costs nothing to contact us to see if you have a case.
Please call our specialist team. We guarantee you will speak directly to a legal professional for your free consultation, not a call handler. This is a no-obligation assessment of your case.
No win no fee
The majority of the cases we work on are on a no win no fee basis. This means there is no financial risk to you. We will discuss all your funding options with you before we agree to take on your case.
We will make an initial assessment of your case. We will be able to tell you if you are entitled to make a claim. At this stage, if you have a case, we will offer to take on the case on your behalf. By using medical negligence specialists, you are best placed to ensure your case is handled correctly and you receive the compensation you deserve.
To look at your case in more detail, we will need your medical records. This is to allow us to assess in more detail the merits of your claim. It also makes it possible to see what evidence we will need to gather to prove your case. Our legal team request all of your records for you and pay any charges.
Expert witnesses and evidence
Based on your medical records, we will know if we need to use an expert witness or witnesses to obtain independent evidence from other medical professionals, this is to strengthen and support your case by providing details of the impact on your life and the treatment you received.
Our legal are highly experienced. They will follow the claims process and send a letter of claim to the medical professional. At this point, they will negotiate to get the best outcome for your case. If a settlement cannot be reached, your claim may go to trial. In this case, all the evidence will be heard by a Judge, who will give a verdict and the compensation award.
Our team will ensure they pursue your claim to get you the justice and compensation you are entitled to. Your compensation will include general damages and special damages to cover your loss of earnings and any costs related to your treatment and rehabilitation. Your damages will also compensate you for your injuries and the impact on your day to day life.