Do You Have a CRPS Claim?
The very rough rule of thumb is that the incident must have happened within the last 3 years, and that it must have been caused by someone else. The person causing it could be a medical practitioner, an employer, another car driver, or someone you have never met before. Many of Peter’s clients have been left with CRPS after a medical procedure.
However, from a legal point of view, it doesn’t really matter who or what caused your CRPS. The most important thing is what can be done about it. Contact Peter without delay for an initial FREE discussion to see if he can help you too.
How is CRPS Compensation Calculated?
The first thing to say is that CRPS compensation usually runs in to many thousands of pounds. It is a dreadful condition. It can have a massive impact upon a sufferer’s life. The amount of compensation needs to reflect this.
Peter has obtained hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation for his clients. Quite often, one of the most important things is to have enough money to pay for the best treatment, both to date and in to the future. Compensation will also cover lost income; meeting the cost of obtaining additional help and assistance when it is needed; travel expenses; and anything else that is linked to the condition.
Compensation for the pain and personal distress of having CRPS can be as much as £70,000.00. When everything else is added, it is easy to see why the total amount of compensation will might run in to hundreds of thousands of pounds. Recently, Peter has obtained over £800,000.00 for one of his clients.
Calculating and obtaining the right amount of compensation requires specialist knowledge and a determined attitude. Contact Peter to ensure that your claim is in the right hands.
What is Involved in Making a CRPS Claim?
It has to be said that the legal process can be complicated and long-winded. However, one of the main roles of your solicitor is to take away the stress and to make things as smooth as possible. Peter prides himself on understanding his client’s needs; dealing with everything for them in a straightforward and friendly manner; and helping them with the minimum of fuss and jargon.
Peter will explain the key stages of the legal process and will deal with it on your behalf. He will advise and guide you at all times as necessary leaving you free to concentrate on your treatment and recovery.
No Win, No Fee Explained
No Win, No Fee provides access to justice for everybody. Peter represents most of his clients under a No Win, No Fee agreement (Also known as a Conditional Fee Agreement).
The terms are very straightforward. If your claim is unsuccessful for any reason, you will not have to pay anything at all. On the other hand, if Peter wins your case and you receive compensation, you will pay a contribution towards Peter’s fees and expenses which will be limited to a maximum of 25% of the amount you receive. Peter will also arrange for legal expenses protection to be put in place at no additional cost.
Contact Peter to find out more about No Win, No fee and other funding arrangements.
- Phone: 0845 838 5565
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What Can Peter Bayliss Do For You?
Put simply, Peter will use his specialist knowledge and experience to achieve the best possible outcome. He knows that CRPS can be a miserable condition. His skills and many years of success will be on your side.
Peter prides himself on getting to understand each of his client’s different circumstances so that he can work in a manner that meets their individual requirements. He is very approachable, caring, and professional.
He has an outstanding success rate.
“Words cannot say what a difference this will make”, “The personal service he gave was second to none” and “Peter has exceeded my expectations greatly” is just a small selection of feedback he has received from clients who know they made the right choice.
Call Peter on 0845 838 5565 and claim your free consultation.