GENUINE SPECIALIST A STAND OUT LAWYER …LEGAL 500 ,CHAMBERS AND PARTNERS
When mistakes are made by medical professionals the consequences can be far reaching and life changing. Victims of medical negligence need a legal advisor who is an expert in this field who will give strong, pragmatic advice and support. We provide this.
Angela Curran has secured over £100 million in compensation for her clients. She has vast experience across the whole range of medicine. Her particular expertise is in representing children who have sustained injury at birth.
- Law society and AVMA panel members- accredited by both as specialists
- Award winning
- We offer a range of funding options
- Free initial advice and home visits where appropriate
A FLAVOUR OF THE TYPES OF CASE THAT WE HAVE DEALT WITH:
- Failure on the part of accident and emergency staff to appropriately triage a patient resulting in cardiac arrest and death
- Anaesthetic negligence involving a patient who suffered from “ anaesthetic awareness”
- Birth injury especially cerebral palsy. Successfully represented large numbers of children with cerebral palsy recovering over £24 million for one case in 2018
- Successful settlement of a case for a 50 year old man who was injured at birth
- Cancer cases against GPs and hospitals such as the late diagnosis of Ewing sarcoma resulting in the death of a teenager
- The negligent placement of a stent in the coronary artery
- Negligent laser eye surgery causing in blindness resulting in suicide
- Wrongly interpreted smear test resulting in late diagnosis of cervical cancer requiring a hysterectomy in a young childless female. The cost of surrogacy was claimed
- Negligence on the part of neurologists in failing to diagnose a brain tumour resulting in the death of a young mother
- Cases involving cosmetic surgery including face lifts, laser resurfacing, lip fillers
- Negligent aftercare following spinal surgery resulting in the development of cauda equina syndrome with partial paralysis and incontinence
- Bowel damage in a young mother as a result of negligently handled childbirth
- Medication error in the treatment of a child receiving chemotherapy for a brain tumour resulting in blindness
We also have considerable experience of The Coroners Court and Inquests providing both advice prior to the Inquest and advocacy at the Inquest.