Paralysis Negligence Claims

If you have suffered paralysis due to the negligence of a medical professional, we can help. Our solicitors have many years of experience in handling paralysis negligence claims on behalf of people who have suffered due to a medical error.

We understand the trauma that medical negligence can cause for those affected, and we approach all of our paralysis claims with sensitivity and respect. Most cases we take on are dealt with on a no win, no fee basis.

Speak to our respected legal team about your circumstances today in a free, no-obligation consultation. Contact us by calling 0345 872 6666, or complete an online contact form and one of our solicitors will be in touch.

What Our Clients Say

How JMW Can Help

Our solicitors have helped many clients who have suffered paralysis due to mistakes by a medical professional to claim the compensation they deserve. We have extensive experience in handling cases involving:

  • Delayed treatment 
  • Incorrect prescriptions 
  • Mistakes made before, during and after surgery 

With the guidance of our expert team of solicitors, you will be placed in the best possible position to claim the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to for your injuries. Headed by leading clinical negligence solicitor Eddie Jones, our team is widely regarded as one of the best of its kind in England and Wales.

Our team includes lawyers who are members of the Law Society’s specialist panel for clinical negligence and the Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) solicitors’ panel.

FAQs about paralysis claims

What should I do if my paralysis was caused by medical negligence?

If you have suffered paralysis because of mistakes that were made by a medical professional, it is important that there is enough evidence to support your compensation claim. Our solicitors will start to build your case from the moment we start working with you, which will involve obtaining the following:

  • Medical evidence - your medical notes and documentation of any prescriptions
  • Evidence of expenses - such as loss of earnings, prescription charges and travel costs
  • An account of the events as they unfolded
  • Witness details, where appropriate
Is there a time limit for making a claim?

The time limit for making a clinical negligence claim is usually three years after the incident occured. However, there are some exceptions to this rule - for example, for cases concerning children. Speaking to a solicitor is the best way of finding out whether or not you are eligible to make a compensation claim for your injuries.

What does compensation cover?
  • Modifications to your home and vehicle
  • Any earnings you have lost
  • Transport and medical expenses
  • General damages - compensation for the injury itself

Talk to Us

If you want to discuss a paralysis negligence claim with our approachable team of expert solicitors, call us on 0345 872 6666, or complete our online enquiry form to request a call back as soon as possible.

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