Clinical and Medical Negligence Solicitors
If you have been victim to clinical or medical negligence then you should be entitled to the compensation you deserve. For over 30 years we have fought for the rights of our clients on a No Win No Fee basis, ensuring that they receive the maximum damages possible to help with rehabilitation, care needs and financial losses. Ensuring that our clients futures are secured after their life changing injuries.
Our team of specialist Clinical and Medical Negligence solicitors specialise in maximum severity claims, including; Birth Injury, Brain Injury, Delayed Diagnosis, Midwifery, Orthopaedic, Nursing negligence and Cancer Claims.
Our lawyers are accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). We are panel members of Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) and we are members of the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Panel.
Paul has acted on behalf of victims involved in Clapham, South Hall, Ladbroke Grove and Potters Bar rail accidents.
You can contact Paul via:
You can contact Samantha via:
- Click - Samantha Critchley, Partner
- e-Mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call - 020 7861 4263
You can contact Edwina via:
You can contact Mark via:
Jane joined the team as a Partner in 2017. She has over 20 years' experience in medical law. She specialises in the interests and rights of birth injured children
You can contact Jane via:
You can contact Jonathan via:
- Click - Jonathan Zimmern - Senior Associate
- e-Mail - email@example.com
- Call - 020 7861 4218
You can contact Caron via:
You can contact Arti via:
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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