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We have been at the forefront of UK medical negligence law since it emerged as a legal specialism during the 1980’s. The UK’s leading legal commentators Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession and The Legal 500 continue to rate us as one of the leading firms in the country for claimant medical negligence. Over the last 20 years the group has developed an international reputation for birth and brain injury work.
Partners Susan Brown and Richard Money-Kyrle have over 45 years combined experience of handling complex and high value medical negligence cases – in particular cerebral palsy and birth injury cases. In recent years the Medical Negligence group has recovered well over £100 million in compensation. Our legal aid franchise enables us to represent children on a no win no fee basis.
Members of our team are all medical negligence specialists and handle only medical negligence cases. Many of our competitors have chosen to have generalist claims teams that mix medical negligence work with personal injury (road traffic accidents, slips, trips and falls, animal attacks or sporting injuries etc) and industrial disease claims (mesothelioma, vibration white finger, etc industrial deafness etc.) work. We have other specialist teams that handle these cases.
Importantly, all of our lawyers are highly professional and supremely effective in securing the best outcome for clients in the minimum time.
We work on a fully ethical no win, no fee, no deductions basis. Our costs are paid in full by the practice or organisation being claimed against.
This means that the cerebral palsy compensation you are awarded is the money that you will receive. Unlike many other law firms we do not require an ‘up front’ payment from you or for you to take out expensive insurance policies.
We have extensive experience of dealing with cerebral palsy claims. If you are considering making a claim and would like free advice or information from our expert solicitors then call us now on 0800 307 7620 or email email@example.com.
£3.1 million lump sum for brain injury suffered at birth
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£3,375,000 settlement for girl with dyskinetic cerebral palsy