Making A Claim

Have you been a victim of medical negligence and suffered injuries as a result? If you have, you may be eligible to make medical negligence compensation claims. If you are considering making a claim for compensation, the first thing that you need to do is verify that your claim is viable and this can be done with the help of a personal injury solicitor. Employing the services of a personal injury solicitor when making compensation claims is really important because someone who has experience handling your type of claims can help you make a successful claim and obtain the compensation that you are entitled to.

Making a claim also involves compiling evidences and presenting all the relevant details to the solicitor you have appointed. These days, majority of the personal injury firms work on a No Win No Fee basis which means that you don’t have to worry about funding your claim as it proceeds. After the initial assessment, you solicitor will be able to tell you whether or not you have a viable claim. If your claim is valid, your medical negligence claim will be handled on a No Win No Fee basis.

Next, your solicitor will send your opponent a Letter of Claim and a Schedule of Losses stating the injuries and losses that you have suffered due to their negligence and that you intend to seek compensation.

If your opponent takes responsibility, he will negotiate the compensation amount with your solicitor and your claim will reach settlement. However, if your opponent disputes your claim, your claim will be taken to court where the final decision will be made. If you win, the court will fix the amount of compensation that will receive. If you lose, you will not have to pay your solicitor any fee.

Making a Claim on a No Win No Fee basis

If you are considering making a claim for medical negligence on a No Win No Fee basis, we can help you do so. At medical-negligence-claims.co.uk, we have experienced personal injury solicitors who can help you make a successful claim without any cost to you. To get in touch with one of our expert solicitors, just give us a call on our free phone number or complete our online claim form.