At Jackamans we appreciate that those who have suffered a medical accident need sympathetic, confidential and prompt advice leading to realistic settlements, where possible without recourse to the Courts.
We have considerable expertise in assisting those who have suffered injury or financial loss as a result of errors in medical or dental treatment and have many years' experience in handling Clinical Negligence cases. We have successfully settled claims ranging from less serious injury to those of the utmost severity.
We are happy to offer you a without obligation 30 minute free interview to discuss your claim and to provide you with the initial advice that you will need and you are under no obligation to proceed. We also offer home visits if you are elderly, infirm or disabled.
Our team is well qualified to handle your claim with skill and efficiency. We are also able to offer Conditional Fee (or “no win no fee”) Agreements in appropriate cases with appropriate insurance, and can deal with cases where the client has pre-existing legal expenses insurance.
Each client is provided with one specialist team member who will see their claim through from initial instruction to conclusion, thus providing continuity throughout.
Our expertise covers claims such as those in:
- Accident & emergency
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord
- Vascular surgery
- General surgery
- Obstetrics & gynaecology
If you are considering making a claim and would like to discuss your case with either a member of our personal injury or clinical negligence teams, please call any one of our offices and fill in the questionnaire below. You may like to take a look at the profiles of our teams by clicking here.
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