Are You Entitled to Make a Medical Negligence Claim?
If you have suffered injury, illness or your condition has worsened as a result of mistakes made by medical professionals then you may be entitled to make a medical negligence claim.
In order for a medical negligence claim to be successful, an individual has to show that the treatment in question fell below the standard of a reasonably competent practitioner in the relevant field and that they have suffered some injury or deterioration as a result.
The treatment could have been provided by private practice staff, NHS staff, GP practice staff, dental staff or pharmaceutical staff.
Making a Medical Negligence Claim
To make a medical negligence claim contact our team of specialists on 033 3344 9600 or simply email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will provide a free initial 30-minute consultation to discuss and assess if we think you have a claim. Please note, you have a 3-year time limit to make a claim. The 3-year period runs either from the date of the negligence, or from the date you were first aware or should have been aware of the injury or claim.
The circumstances of each case are unique. Some cases may take many months to investigate. Whereas, more complex cases take many years to resolve. We recognise that the details and nature of your situation are very often sensitive, which is why we take a sympathetic approach to handling your case, listen carefully to what you want to achieve and ensure that you stay informed throughout the duration of your case.
If you or a member of your family has been a victim of Medical Negligence, you need to seek professional expert legal advice as soon as possible because it takes time to assess your case and there is a strict 3-year time limit to bring a claim.