Top ranked cerebral palsy claims lawyers
NHS Resolution, and its Early Notification Scheme (ENS), defends the NHS in claims where babies have been injured as a result of medical mistakes or negligent care.
Where NHS Resolution finds maternity care to be negligent, we recommend parents seek independent, legal advice from specialist solicitors before accepting any offer of compensation. Injuries caused at birth are complex and can evolve over time, so it’s important to consider lifelong impacts. What could seem like a generous offer, may not to be the maximum compensation that could be claimed for or be enough to meet your child’s lifelong needs.
Free cerebral palsy legal advice
We offer free, no obligation, face to face, over Zoom or telephone legal clinics to those contacted by NHS Resolution. Our specialist medical negligence partners will provide tailored advice on what options are available, what should be considered when claiming compensation, what the claims process is, as well as answer any questions you may have.
Our renowned medical negligence solicitors understand the life-long implications and importance of securing maximum funding for care and respite, adapted accommodation, essential therapies, assistive technology and specialist equipment for their clients, so the child can have the best opportunity to achieve their full potential.
We are known for our incisive and rigorous approach to establishing liability securing settlements as soon as possible, and substantial interim payments to financially support families before the case is finally settled.
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