You could be entitled to claim for a surgical error with our expert team here at The Medical Negligence Lawyers, and we may be able to represent you for a case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you have suffered due to some form of negligence involved in a surgical procedure, the law may entitle you to recover compensation for any pain, suffering and loss of amenity caused, and claim losses and expenses incurred. We, as an expert law firm, can look to represent you for a case, and you can obtain free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
When can you claim for a surgical error?
You could be entitled to claim for a surgical error if you have suffered any pain and loss of amenity, and/or losses and expenses if applicable, that have stemmed from surgical negligence. What we mean by this is that something has gone wrong which was avoidable and should not have happened in the first place.
There can be many ways in which you could be entitled to claim for a surgical error. This may include simple mistakes made during the surgical process, such as an incorrect incision or an accidental cut or injury during the surgery, or it may also arise as part of the aftercare process if you are not getting looked after properly. It could even arise from a lack of informed consent if you were not provided with adequate advice about risks and information pertaining to the procedure you have undergone.
Ultimately, if something has gone wrong which was completely avoidable, that is when you could be entitled to claim for a surgical error.
How do we prove and win your case?
Proving a medical negligence claim for compensation usually comes down to obtaining the independent advice of a medical expert in the appropriate field. This independent expert can produce a report which can outline what has happened and what they feel should have been done differently if that is the case. We can essentially use their independent expert insight to determine if you have been the victim of negligence, and this report can then be used as a vital piece of evidence in your case.
Sometimes, you may need a report from more than one expert, which is absolutely fine if it is appropriate. Ultimately, if an expert considers that you have been the victim of negligence, we can use their reports to substantiate your case.
The report is also useful for valuing your claim as it can outline the extent and severity of the pain, suffering and loss of amenity that you have endured. The opinion can also include potential future issues and could be used to support any potential losses and expenses claim, such as justifying any time off work caused by what has happened.
Our No Win, No Fee commitments
We are leading experts when it comes to medical negligence claims for compensation in England and Wales. We believe in access to justice which means that we believe that people should have the ability to be able to pursue compensation without the worry about what might happen if a case loses.
With this in mind, we can carefully risk assess claims and we can take them forward on a No Win, No Fee basis if we consider there is a potential claim to win. This way of working can mean that you can claim safely in the knowledge that we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed, subject to the agreed terms and conditions in place.
Find out more about whether we can help you with the claim for medical negligence compensation by contacting our expert team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
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