At The Medical Negligence Lawyers, we have developed a specialism in this area of law. Our experience ranges from personal injury claims for individual clients, to huge lawsuits against medical manufacturers, such as our PIP breast implants group action. Through our expertise, we are able to accurately determine which cases we think can succeed. This means we are able to offer No Win, No Fee medical negligence representation to our eligible clients.
Many potential clients may think this is too good to be true, but our No Win, No Fee agreement is completely genuine. As long as you comply with the terms and conditions of our agreement, we can agree to write off your legal fees if the case is lost.
As firm believers in access to justice, we would not have it any other way.
What is a No Win, No Fee medical negligence claim?
Medical negligence claims can be quite complex, due to the numerous different factors that can be at play in a case. As a result, some firms may not want to take the risk of pursuing No Win, No Fee medical negligence agreements in this often unpredictable area of law.
However, our experience of medical negligence claims can allow us to offer this form of representation when we consider that there is a good chance of winning your case. There is, of course, a huge element of risk involved for us, but this is part and parcel of the legal profession. If we do not succeed with the case, we can write off our fees subject to the agreement in place. As such, what do you have to lose?
For complete transparency, if we do win your case, we will normally need to deduct a percentage of your compensation sum to cover our success fee and any other costs that we cannot retrieve from the opponent. But, again, the No Win, No Fee element remains to protect you.
What can I make a medical negligence claim for?
Medical negligence claims can be brought for many varieties of reasons, including:
- medical mistakes (usually made in surgery);
- failure to warn patients of risks;
- failure to diagnose or issuing a wrong diagnosis;
- failure to investigate;
- failure to treat or issuing the wrong treatment;
- pressure sores.
In all such instances, it can be vital that we prove medical causation, meaning that we can give clear evidence that the breach of a doctor’s or medical professional’s duty brought about the pain and suffering of the patient. In cases where this link is clear, we can likely offer you No Win, No Fee medical negligence representation.
Make your claim today
Each claim is different from the next, so it is vital that you speak to a member of our expert team to determine whether you are eligible for a No Win, No Fee medical negligence claim. We truly believe in the importance of this option, as it can give many people access to justice which they would otherwise be unable to afford.
Simply give us a call, or register your details on one of our call-back forms, and we can call you back at a more convenient time.
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