MED Attorneys is one of South Africa's most prolific and respected law firms, with offices throughout the country. In addition to our specialist injury lawyers, we operate in a network of emergency responders, medical experts and investigators. These considerable resources, along with our ability to advance litigation costs and funding in our clients' cases and our no-win-no-fee services, enable MED Attorneys to hold individuals, corporations and government accountable. And accountability keeps people safe.
MED Attorneys has become one of South Africa's most prolific law firms through its unwavering belief that the law should serve everyone. We are here to take your call and to give you advice, ensuring that you get the answers, respect and access to the assistance you need during difficult times.
We all need someone to protect our interests in times of hardship and suffering. The world isn't always a fair place and our clients deserve to have someone stand up for their rights. We fight for you with uncompromising tenacity and we are here to help and guard you on the path to justice.
Our firm's attorneys share a passion for the practice of law and are dedicated to being available to our clients at all times. By working closely with our clients and by doing so with compassion and integrity, we are always at your side to help give you peace of mind.
We take great pride in our innovative approach to the practice of law and our firm's role in cases resulting in landmark decisions and precedent-setting rulings. We never give up and have successfully appealed cases to the Constitutional Court.
We believe that every South African should have access to justice, not just those who can afford it. That is why we have a flexible fee policy that recognises the varying circumstances of our clients including a no-win-no-fee arrangement. In all cases, we offer a free first consultation.
In July 2016 the MED team obtained an amount of R4 393 849-00 in respect of a minor child who sustained a brain injury and various soft tissue injuries and whose educational potential has been effected.