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Our Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Group

We are one of the UK’s most highly rated chambers for clinical negligence and personal injury.

Our group includes seven who are listed as ‘leading juniors in their field’ by Chambers and Partners.

We understand the challenging personal circumstances often experienced by those who suffer serious personal or medical injury. Our services include out of hours support and are focused on reaching a satisfactory outcome as quickly as the legal process allows.

Here are the main of areas of our work:-

  • Catastrophic injury, including spinal and brain injury, and ensuing payment structures
  • Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
  • Civil Fraud
  • Claims arising out of historic sexual abuse
  • Costs
  • Employers liability including stress at work
  • Equine and other animal accidents
  • Fatal accidents
  • Highways claims
  • Industrial disease including NIHL, VWF and asbestosis/mesothelioma
  • Inquests, including Article 2 hearings
  • Insurance issues/indemnity
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Occupiers and public liability
  • Product liability
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