Injuries suffered as a consequence of a medical accident can be devastating for the patient and their family. Additionally the stress of pursuing a claim whilst recovering can seem overwhelming.
In our experience, individuals rely a lot on the advice that they receive from medical professionals however the views expressed and advice given can end up being wrong. With over 20 years of experience, we have acted in a number of landmark medical negligence cases and have successfully represented many clients in courts and medical tribunals.
Our services cover:
- Accident & Emergency Claims
- Birth Injuries
- Brain Injuries
- Cancer Claims
- Cardiac Claims
- Cosmetic Surgery Claims
- Dental Injury Claims
- Elderly Care Claims
- Eye Related Claims
- Fatal Injury Claims
- GP Claims
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Product Liability Claims
- Surgery Claims
How we can help
We offer a sensitive, professional service which provides you with the very best legal advice. Where you suffer injury, our objective is to help you obtain both financial compensation and the answers you deserve. We will also continue to provide professional help where interim compensation is awarded.
Practical solutions... proven results
Founded in 1999, we pride ourselves on our client friendly approach. We can offer professional advice on many areas of law. Our aim is always to focus on your particular requirements; helping you to develop strategies to achieve your goal.
It's professional advice... it's personal attention
We provide a complete range of legal and advisory services to private individuals, businesses and their families, and are dedicated to providing a personal and flexible service that is tailored to our client's individual requirements with a confident and considerate approach.
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