Other Serious Cases
Frequently Asked Questions
Victims: People who have sustained serious injuries as a result of an accident, medical malpractice, product defect, workplace incident, or any other incident caused by someone else’s negligence or intentional wrongdoing.
Family Members: In some cases, immediate family members of individuals who have died or become incapacitated due to serious injuries may be eligible to pursue a serious injury claim on behalf of the injured person. These claims are typically referred to as wrongful death claims or claims for loss of consortium.
Legal Guardians: If the injured person is a minor or lacks the mental capacity to handle legal matters independently, their legal guardians, such as parents or appointed guardians, can file a serious injury claim on their behalf.
Representatives of Deceased Individuals: If someone dies as a result of serious injuries, their estate representative or executor may pursue a serious injury claim on behalf of the deceased person’s estate.
We can provide a second opinion free of charge. We have acted for many clients who have been told they don’t have a case, but by looking at the claim in a different way and with our expertise, we have gone on to be successful
All serious injury claims are different and this depends upon when a final prognosis is known and a claim can be valued.
Once we obtain an admission of liability in your case we can request an immediate payment to help with your needs and put support in place.
Medical negligence claims rarely go to court, with only a small percentage of the more complex cases ending up there. However, in the unlikely event that your case reaches court, we will be by your side throughout the process.
It is important to pursue your claim as quickly as possible due to time limits and to also enable us to help you obtain compensation as soon as possible. This is especially the case in complex cases as the process can be lengthy.
You have to start your claim within 3-years (limitation period) from when the injury occurred or when you first became aware of any potential negligence or injury as a result. However, the time limit only begins when a child reaches 18 years of age.
Experts in Serious Injury claims
Your case is about you and the impact that the surgery or the missed or delayed diagnosis has made to your life and your family. We are here to listen to your concerns so we can fight your corner, using our expertise to help investigate your case.