Letter to claimant client advising what will happen at mediation—clinical negligence and personal injury
Produced in partnership with Marcus Weatherby of Pattinson Brewer
Letter to claimant client advising what will happen at mediation—clinical negligence and personal injury

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  • Letter to claimant client advising what will happen at mediation—clinical negligence and personal injury

Letter to claimant client advising what will happen at mediation—clinical negligence and personal injury

[insert name and address of addressee]

[insert date]

Dear [insert name]

Re: [insert name of matter]

As we have previously discussed, we have agreed with the defendants that mediation is a possible way forward to settle your claim.

You are aware that mediation is an alternative to litigating your case in the courts. It is a less formal process and where the parties come to it with an open mind it can result in a swifter resolution of your claim. It can also allow for remedies that are not available to the courts, such as an apology.

Even if the mediation is not successful it will focus both parties on the issues in the claim, which will

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