Personal injury lawyer in Lower Stondon
If you are a resident of Lower Stondon or any where else in the UK, medical practitioners have a legal duty to take care of their patients. Unfortunately this is not always the case, and if they make a mistake and it causes you harm, you may be able to make an injury claim using a personal injury lawyer in Lower Stondon at Accident Advice Helpline to help you.
What type of mistakes can happen to make you use a personal injury lawyer in Lower Stondon?
The types of mistakes that can happen are:
- Delaying the diagnosis or treatment
- Wrong medication given by pharmacist
- Wrong diagnosis
- Wrong treatment
- Missing important symptoms
- A defective medical product
- Incorrect operation
- Laser eye surgery accident
- Dental accident
- Home care negligence
Here are just a few mistakes that could happen. So if any of these happen to you, you should contact a personal injury lawyer in Lower Stondon through Accident Advice Helpline to help you make a claim.
Who settles your claim?
The claim would normally be settled by an insurance company as all the professionals usually have professional indemnity insurance to cover such eventualities. You would have to prove to the insurance company that there is more than a fifty percent chance that the action, or lack of action, by the medical practitioner caused you harm and suffering. Then they would consider your injury claim.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline have in house solicitors with significant experience of handling medical negligence claims, and all the complications that accompany them. You can be certain that they will treat your claim with the respect it deserves. You will have had enough trauma because of the mistake, and we aim to take any future stress caused by the situation away from you.
In 1998, the government abolished legal aid for personal injury compensation claims, which put making a claim out of the reach of many people. The 1999 Finance Act allowed the use of the conditional fee agreement to be extended to cover claims and this is the basis on which we operate, although it is better known as No Win No Fee. As Esther Rantzen will tell you, it means exactly that – you won’t need to find any money to start your claim.
On our website there is a 30-second test which will let you know if your claim is valid. If it is, you will be given a rough estimate of the amount you may be awarded
If you would rather talk about your claim, call one of our friendly, professional advisers on our freephone number – 0800 180 4123.
Date Published: 20th February 2014