Davies and Partners Solicitor’s Legal Director Tracy Edwards is celebrating receiving reaccreditation onto the prestigious Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Panel for the fourth time.
Tracy, who heads up the medical negligence and personal injury teams in the firm’s Birmingham office, has a wealth of experience, representing people who have suffered in complex catastrophic medical negligence and personal injury claims.
She represents clients throughout the UK and on a wide range of claims involving many types of negligence such as birth injury, brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal injury as well as cancer and other areas of medical negligence.
Tracy has particular expertise in dealing with high-value claims and specialises in multi-million-pound settlements, having successfully taken cases to Appeal.
The Law Society has stringent accreditation rules and requires a formal reapplication every three years. The Law Society award of accreditation ensures that Solicitors meet the highest standards of expertise in their specialist area of the law.
Commenting Tracy said, “I am very pleased that the Law Society has again recognised my expertise in the field of clinical negligence as I always strive to give the best service to my clients. Clinical negligence cases are often highly complex and it is important that a claimant ensures they are working with a solicitor with the highest level of skills, knowledge and sensitivity in this specialist field. A client can be confident that a solicitor on the Law Society Panel has proven expertise.”