Experts in medical negligence and personal injury, we are authorised personal injury and clinical negligence solicitors, fully regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
We are NOT a Claims Management Company.
Why is this important?
The SRA imposes and enforces the highest of standards in professional conduct for solicitors.
For example, we are obliged to hold top tier insurance cover for everything we do.
“Diligent and committed, Daniel’s handling of claims of the utmost gravity and seriousness is peerless. Unphased by the rigours of litigation he keeps a cool, calm eye on unfolding developments and never lets it stray from the goal.”
Jacob Levy, Q.C.
“I probably would have agreed to a lesser amount initially and concede that waiting for more detailed information on my injury was good advice.”
Mrs C.P Ref 74310
“I was very happy with the way my claim was dealt with and very pleased with the outcome. I found all the persons I dealt with were very kind, helpful and polite. Thank you for all you have done for me.”
Mrs. J.R. Ref 42353
Here are some of our successful cases.
The Claimant had suffered with longstanding problems with her eyes and had attended her optician due to a one-week history of sudden onset deterioration of vision in her left eye. The Claimant had been referred for urgent investigation to the defendant Hospital’s Eye Unit with a suspected left-sided detached retina. The Hospital indicated that follow-up treatment would then be arranged within four weeks; however no such arrangements were subsequently made, despite steps taken by the Claimant to contact the Defendant to chase this up. Unfortunately, due to the delay, the claimant suffered irreversible damage to her vision in the affected eye and the claim was settled for £29,000 .
The Claimant was a passenger in a vehicle involved in a collision. The Defendant admitted liability for the accident and we obtained evidence in support of the Claimant’s soft tissue injuries to her neck and back and psychological symptoms. Negotiations ensued between the parties but the insurer refused to improve on their offer of £3,400 in full and final settlement. We believed this offer to be far too low and so took the matter to a Stage 3 court hearing where a Judge ruled in our favour and awarded the Claimant £9,430.