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The clinical negligence group at Penningtons Manches Cooper is regarded as one of the leading specialist medical negligence teams in the country. Our solicitors cover London, Guildford, Basingstoke, Cambridge, Oxford and Reading but see clients nationwide.
If you, or one of the members of your family, have suffered an injury as a result of medical treatment and you are concerned that errors have been made, you may wish to consider claiming compensation.
We provide advice in relation to injury or loss suffered as a result of any type of treatment by doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals, whether in the course of NHS or private treatment. We have particular expertise in complex injury cases and dealing with clinical malpractice claims on behalf of children or those who lack capacity.
We know that every medical negligence claim is different so our team takes time to get to know you, to understand the effects of the injuries you have suffered and to support you every step of the way.
Initial advice is offered free of charge and without obligation. This can include guidance provided by telephone, a visit from one of our specialist solicitors or a review of your documents. We offer various forms of funding, including legal aid and no win no fee (conditional fee) agreements. Our team aims to ensure that you receive maximum compensation while minimising the legal costs involved.
Settling a claim against East Surrey Hospital for the death of a young wife and mother of two due to a failure to identify a sub arachnoid haemorrhage in time to prevent further fatal bleeding.
Winning more than £4.5 million in damages for our 10 year old client for severe athetoid cerebral palsy resulting from a period of acute asphyxia during his birth which could have been avoided by an earlier delivery.
Achieving a settlement of £750,000 for a young man with suspected cauda equina syndrome who suffered significant delays in diagnosis and treatment which left him with symptoms affecting his urinary, bowel and sexual function for life.
Informed consent: what is the duty of care required of doctors when advising patients on their treatment options?
Life after settlement: how a £4 million compensation claim has changed the life of a Police Federation client
Sepsis – support for patients and their relatives
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