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Our experience means we are consistently in “The Legal 500 – the client’s guide to the UK legal profession” and the “Chambers UK - client guide to the legal profession”.

How do we asses your case

HOW DO I CLAIM COMPENSATION?

There is no automatic system for paying compensation for persons suffering physical or psychological injury from a medical accident where a patient has been harmed and could have been avoided. It does not mean the clinician was incompetent but they have made a mistake which they should not and was avoidable.

MJP will advise you on the merits of making a claim and if a claim is justified will advise you as to the step by step process involved.

HOW WILL WE ASSESS YOUR CASE?

When you contact MJP we will assess whether we can help. You can help by putting together as much information as possible before you contact us. We will base our assessment on:-

  • Your account of what happened;
  • Your medical records if you have them. If you do not have them, our assessment may have to wait until we have obtained and reviewed the records;
  • The medical and legal issues;
  • How much a claim would be worth;
  • Any extra information you have (such as complaint letters or other papers to support your case);
  • Whether your claim is within the legal time limit;
  • How your legal costs will be paid.

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