Our medical negligence experts are all experienced solicitors who specialise in serious and complex negligence and injury claims. The department is recognised as one of the leading clinical negligence teams in Essex and London by The Legal 500 UK, an independent and definitive guide to the best law firms in the UK.
Being a patient under the care of a doctor, consultant or nurse is one of the few occasions where we unconditionally place our welfare and trust into the hands of another. Sometimes, however, mistakes are made. This could be as a result of a misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis, negligent surgery or aftercare, all of which can lead to extremely serious consequences. If a mistake is made, our medical negligence solicitors can help you obtain compensation to get you the help, support and long-term care or rehabilitation you may need. We know that money cannot bring back a loved one or always provide you with a full recovery, but financial assistance can give you the help that you may need going forward.
Our knowledgeable lawyers only undertake a select number of cases to ensure we provide a focused approach and proactive service to our clients. This enables our clients to obtain the very best medical care, rehabilitation and support available, as well as the maximum level of compensation so that our clients can move forward with their lives as quickly as possible.
Our clients come to us because of our solicitors’ reputation and expertise in this difficult area of law. We do not pay referral fees like some other firms.
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