Have you had to wait months for a basic diagnosis from your Doctor? Maybe you’ve been the victim of a surgical error? Have you had dental work that went wrong? Or have you suffered pain or trauma as a result of a negligent Doctor? You don’t have to suffer in silence. At Been Let Down, you will find some of the UK’s leading medical negligence Solicitors to help you bring a successful compensation claim. Claims against medical professionals are designed to compensate you for the pain and other losses you have suffered as a result of negligence, so don’t you think it’s time you made a claim?
What Sort of Medical Negligence Claims Can You Make?
There are many potential acts of medical negligence you may consider making a claim for. A Doctor or medical professional has a duty of care to his or her patients, and if they do not maintain a high standard of care and make mistakes, they should be held fully accountable for their actions. Medical negligence claims can be brought for any of the following:
Your first step is to speak to a medical negligence Solicitor. We have a national presence and many clients in the North of England.
During your initial call, make sure that you have as much information to hand as possible to enable the medical negligence Solicitor to assess your claim. The Solicitor will probably have a lot of questions for you. Make sure that you answer them as truthfully and fully as possible, as any wrong information could later jeopardise your claim.
The Solicitor will tell you how much you can expect to pay for their services and how much you will be likely to receive if your compensation claim is successful.
Your medical negligence Solicitor should give you an estimate of how much you can expect to pay. You should check whether you already have legal expenses insurance which may cover these costs. Many people have legal cover already without being fully aware of this.
We offer a ‘no win no fee’ option for many cases, with great deals on success fees. If you have no legal insurance, this option will remove any financial risk from you. This also means if they do take on your case on a ‘no win no fee’ basis, they believe your case has a strong chance of success.
Remember that if you win the compensation claim, the fees for your Solicitor should be paid for by the other side.