Medicial Negligence Solicitors in Slough/ Medicial Negligence Solicitors in Hayes/ Medicial Negligence Solicitors in Southall
Medical/Clinical negligence claims arise when a medical practitioner, such as a doctor, nurse, midwife or dentist, or an institutional health provider, such as an NHS or Foundation Trust or a private hospital, breaches his or its duty of care to the claimant, who is injured as a result of the breach. The claimant may seek legal advice following an adverse outcome from medical treatment.
Our Solicitors are highly experienced in handling the following claims if you have experienced negligence.
How We Work?
We follow a step by step approach:
- First Enquiry – Contacted by the client
- Accepting the case – We will access your case on the basis of merits
- Medicial Records- if we decide to accept your case your medical records will be requested
- Evidence- In order to determine that the treatment that you had received caused the injury and was negligent or the treatment worsened the existing health condition we will request medical evidence
- Negotiation stage- After gathering all the medical evidence once we are in a receipt of all the conclusive evidences, claim will be served to the defendant inviting them to accept liability. If the defendant accepts liability, we will then negotiate a suitable compensation for you on your behalf in order to bring you in a position as you were before the negligent treatment was carried out.
- Compensation- We understand any amount of compensation is not enough to compensate your pain and suffering but it can ease your life a bit and allow you to go back in to normal life as much as possible. Compensation will cover your losses such as loss of earning, out of pocket expenses, costs of private treatment bills, rehabilitation costs including compensation for your injuries and the future impact on your day to day life
We may Work on a NO Win NO FEE basis
‘No Win No Fee’ agreement (also Known as a ‘Conditional Fee Agreement’ or ‘CFA’).
What do I pay if I lose?
If you lose you will normally have the benefit of Qualified One-Way Cost Shifting so the court will not usually enforce an order for costs against you, unless:
- the proceedings have been struck out; or
- the claim is fundamentally dishonest; or
- the claim includes a claim for the financial benefit of someone else.
If you lose, you do not pay our charges but we may require you to pay our expenses and disbursements.