Medical Negligence Claims
“If you or a family member has suffered poor medical care or clinical negligence then you may be able to make a claim for compensation” Nigel Cragg, Senior Litigation Executive
Medical Negligence Compensation Claims
A claim against a medical professional for injuries arising out of a medical accident is completely different from a claim for personal injuries caused by, for example, a road traffic accident. In the latter case it is usually straightforward to establish who was at fault and whether any injuries were suffered as a result. But to succeed in a clinical negligence claim you must prove, through the evidence of qualified medical experts, that, on a balance of probabilities ( ie. it was more probable than not):
(1) that there were serious errors in your medical treatment which no competent doctor would have made; and
(2) that those errors caused, or materially contributed to, the injury you are complaining of.
Medical negligence claims should only be dealt with by specialist personal injury lawyers. Pinto Potts has over 25 years of experience in assisting those who have sustained serious injury, and are a leading nationwide personal injury law practice.
By contacting us you will ensure that your clinical negligence case is investigated thoroughly, and that you will receive support and assistance that is of the highest quality, and the maximum possible compensation.
Our specialist personal injury lawyers will provide you with free initial advice on your compensation claim and with our ‘No Win No Fee’ agreements there’s no financial risk to you if your claim is unsuccessful*.
We are able to help you claim for compensation if you have suffered an injury as result of medical negligence.
Visit our dedicated Personal Injury website www.pintopottspersonalinjury.co.uk
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