Clear Law Medical Solicitors
Get free, no obligation free advice about misdiagnosis, pressure sores, surgical errors and medical accidents.
Clinical Negligence Solicitors
Our clinical negligence solicitors offer free advice to victims of medical negligence, including free advice to families worried about a parent or loved one.
Call our medical advice line 24/7 on 0800 122 3036 and speak to our clinical negligence team, in confidence and at absolutely no cost to you.
For assistance speak to Clear Law on 0800 122 3036 or start a claim online
Medical Accidents Happen
We are very lucky to have the National Health Service and access to some of the best healthcare treatments and support in the world.
However, nurses, doctors, dentists, surgeons and other healthcare professionals are under an immense amount of pressure and mistakes can often happen.
We understand that you may feel angry, upset and unsure who to turn to when something goes wrong. This is why we offer free legal advice to medical negligence victims to help them make sense of the issues you are dealing with. If you, a parent or a loved on has suffered after poor care either in hospital, in a clinic or dentistry, then speak to our medical solicitors free on 0800 122 3036.
No Medical Jargon, Just Free Clear Advice
We understand that this is a distressing time for you and your family. This is why we won’t confuse you with medical or legal jargon, but just offer you the advice and support that you need. Our medical team will always be just a phone call away throughout your claim. We never lose sight of the fact that you are the victim and this is your case. If you need to make a claim for compensation following a misdiagnosis, delayed or wrong treatment, a pressure sore or hospital infection or medical accident, contact us today so that we can talk you through how you can claim the compensation you deserve. If you just want to ask us a quick question, remember you are under no obligation and all of our advice is free of charge. If we can help you with a claim, all of our solicitors offer an efficient service with no up-front fees.
The ‘No Win No Fee‘ Medical Solicitors
Can you still make a no win no fee claim? Speak to our solicitor team about how you can make a no win no fee claim or watch our video.
How Much Compensation Can I Claim?
There are occasions in our lives when, unfortunately, we have to find medical treatment and care from a range of clinicians including hospitals, doctors, dentists, professionals, opticians and complimentary therapists, to mention but a few.
Most of the time the treatment and health care we get is outstanding, particularly as in the UK we are privileged to have among the best health care services in the world. There are times, however, that the procedures and care we receive may fall short of everything you expect to receive, and things can go drastically wrong, leaving you worse off and perhaps, severely injured. When this happens you might feel that you’re not getting the answers you’re looking for and, consequently, don’t know where to turn for help.
Naturally, you might want to get answers as to what went wrong, or perhaps you are looking for an apology from the treating specialist. You may want to ensure that lessons are learned in patient precautions to ensure that what has happened to you will not happen to anyone else. You could be impacted financially by what has happened and as such need settlement to put you back in the position you would have been, had this never happened.
No Win No Fee Solicitors
From 1st April 2013, when you contact us you will not be asked to pay any money whatsoever upfront. Even if your medical claim is unsuccessful through no fault of your own, you will never be asked to pay anything to anyone. Find out how Clear Law can help you make a no win no fee claim for compensation – contact us now on 0800 122 3036.
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