Davies and Partners’ medical negligence team is made up of experienced solicitors with specialist expertise, many of whom are members of The Law Society and AvMA specialist panels.
Our Medical Negligence Department has an enviable national reputation and has acted on some of the lead cases in recent years.
As Davies and Partners are specialists in the medical negligence sector, we also have a dedicated medical negligence website which provides a wide range of expert advice and information.
Our team of clinical negligence solicitors have particular expertise in brain injury claims. We have specialist solicitors on the Brain Injury Association’s Headway Legal Panel as well as a number of experienced solicitors on the AvMA Referral Panel and Law Society Specialist Panel.
In recent years we have been involved in some of the lead cases both on liability and quantum and a thorough approach to both investigating and dealing with these complex claims.
We have specialist expertise in dealing with claims arising out of spinal injury. Our expertise includes dealing with claims relating to delay in diagnosing and treating cauda equina syndrome, spinal strokes as well as errors in spinal surgery. We also have expertise in dealing with claims arising out of complex surgical conditions such as ankylosing spondylitis.
We have experience in handling a variety of cases arising from plastic or cosmetic surgery including plastic surgery, bletharoplasty, rhinoplasty, browlift, facelift as well as cases involving breast augmentation, facial fillers, injections and implants and parotidectomy.
Our team of specialist solicitors have many years of experience in handling claims against hospitals arising through many different specialties including birth injuries, medical misdiagnosis, brain injuries and treatment resulting in patient deaths.
If you have been a victim of poor medical treatment, our team will carry out a thorough investigation of the treatment you have received and work with you through your claim.
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A claim may arise where an injury or condition has been undiagnosed by a medical practitioner or the diagnosis is significantly delayed. We have many years of experience in bringing claims arising out of misdiagnosis of many different types of cancer including bowel, breast, bladder and cervical cancer.
A claim can be made where a delay in diagnosis made a significant difference to the treatment that a patient receives or the outcome.
Claims may also arise through misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis and other conditions such as lymphoma and heart disease.
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Cerebral palsy is a global name given to children and adults who have suffered from brain damage. Brain damage can often occur through trauma at birth or in the early months of life.
At Davies and Partners our specialist solicitors have many years of experience in dealing with clinical negligence claims and have been involved in many of the lead cases in this area.
It is very important that these important cases are dealt with by solicitors with appropriate expertise and we will ensure that this happens.
If a patient dies as a result of medical negligence, a claim can be brought by the surviving members of the victim’s family. Claims can arise in a variety of different clinical settings. Claims can be brought under the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1934 and the Fatal Accidents Act 1976.
In addition to dealing with claims arising out of a patient’s death, our team has significant experience in acting on behalf of families at inquests.
Families can find themselves struggling to come to terms with complications that arise during pregnancy and childbirth that could have been avoided if they had received appropriate medical treatment.
Pregnancy and birth injuries may happen to the baby during birth or in the early stages of their life and may result in the baby having cerebral palsy.
Mothers may also suffer injuries during the course of pregnancy or delivery that could have been avoided with appropriate care.
Our specialist medical negligence solicitors have a wide range of experience in handling birth injury cases.