Understanding medical negligence
Our skilled team are here to help and support you throughout your claim and beyond.
We know it can be daunting to pursue a claim against the NHS or a private doctor. This can feel even more formidable when you are still suffering long-lasting effects of your injury, and your livelihood has been impacted as a result.
If you have been a victim of medical negligence, our solicitors can help provide you with personalised legal advice to get the compensation you deserve.
A team consisting of clear leaders in their field. They always have the client’s interests at the forefront of their thinking and are tenacious, but pragmatic, in achieving the best possible results.
Personal touch and attention to detail.
Our approach to funding claims is flexible. We act for many clients under conditional fee (‘no win no fee’) agreements. As a multi-disciplinary firm, we can draw on expertise from other departments to best support our clients. For example, our specialist education team assists brain-injured clients in securing appropriate education, health and care plans.
We always aim to secure interim payments at the earliest opportunity to help pay for ongoing rehabilitation and to repay the victim and their
family for any expenses they have incurred as a result of their injury.
Medical negligence funding information
The main funding options relevant to compensation claims are set out below. We would be pleased to offer potential clients a free no obligation half hour interview...
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Made up of specialist lawyers, our team are accredited members of panels including the Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel, Action Against Medical Accidents Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
The team have a depth of knowledge and an ability to focus on the small but important details.
The latest news and insights from our medical negligence team
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