How much does it costs to pursue a claim and how do you actually pay for your case?
If we are satisfied that your case is one that has merit and meets the standard of care and causation criteria discussed, the next question you may want to ask is how do you actually pay for a lawyer to pursue your claim.
In medical negligence claims this question can be rather more complicated than with a general personal injury accident following say a car accident. The complications are easily resolved though and in many cases claims can be made at no cost to the individual. Please make an enquiry with us today:
- GP Negligence
- NHS complaints
- Consultant negligence
- Doctor / nursing staff errors
- Dental mistakes
- Physiotherapist negligence
- Chiropractor / Osteopath
Here is a summary of the funding option available in medical negligence claims - we discuss each one in detail to fully explain the procedures:
(Please click on the links below)
- Public Funding (formerly known as "Legal Aid")
- Conditional Fee Agreements - No win No fee contracts
- Trade Union Support
- Legal Expense insurance
This website provides you with all the information you need to decide whether you wish to pursue your claim. We would always recommend that you speak to us about your case and allow us to explain what is involved in claiming compensation.
If you feel you have been the victim of a negligent act by a medical professional you should seek legal advice and we will speak to you informally and without charge to determine if your case should proceed.