It is important to seek a specialist Medical Negligence Solicitors who is experienced and knowledgeable in the field of medical negligence you are pursuing.
Medical negligence is when medical professionals make mistakes or fail in their duty of care to you, leading to injury or making an existing condition worse. There are a number of ways that medical negligence can happen, such as misdiagnosis, incorrect treatment or surgical mistakes.
We all expect the highest level of care from our healthcare providers. Sadly, mistakes do happen that cause harm to patients. The following pages will answer all of your questions including how to bring a claim for medical negligence against the NHS or private clinics, the claims process and what you can expect from your medical negligence lawyer. You will find out more about our expert lawyers and their experience. You will also hear from some clients and families that we have been able to help.
Can You Make A No Win No Fee Medical Negligence Claim?
If you win your case, your opponent will pay most of your legal fees with the rest coming out of your compensation award. We’ll keep you fully updated throughout your claim, so you know how much compensation you’re likely to receive.
We have decades of experience handling medical negligence cases and specialise in areas including birth injuries, orthopaedic injuries and cancer misdiagnosis claims. We’ll gather expert advice on your care needs, ensuring that your compensation helps you to access the support you need to enjoy the best quality of life possible.
Our medical negligence solicitors understand what you’re going through and can help you access specialist rehabilitation and support services to assist with your recovery. We know that, beyond compensation, you’ll want to know why things went wrong and we’ll help you get the apology and answers you deserve.
Helping individuals and families for nearly 50 years
Medical negligence claims can be complex and require a specialist lawyer,osbornes Law has been helping individuals and families for nearly 50 years. Our medical negligence lawyers are accredited by and are members of the leading charity campaigning for patient safety and justice, Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA). Her experience in medicine and knowledge of the NHS is vital to our clients in securing our clients the correct level of compensation and on-going treatment and rehabilitation.
Our lawyers have helped clients pursue a medical negligence claim following:
The first step to making a medical negligence claim is to contact us as soon as possible,we offer a free initial consultation where we’ll be able to tell you if we think you have a case and how much compensation you might be able to claim.
Contacting us early allows us to start work on your case while the details are still fresh in your mind,if the NHS or private healthcare provider in question admits responsibility early then we may be able to get you interim compensation payments to help with your rehabilitation.
How long it takes for a medical negligence case to settle will depend on a number of things – most important will be the severity of your injury and whether the NHS or private healthcare provider responsible accepts fault. While we aim to settle medical negligence claims within a few months, more complicated cases can take a few years to settle.
If you have been affected due to poor medical treatment contact our London solicitors today and we will help establish whether you may bring a claim.