We specialise in medical negligence Group Actions.
This means we have extensive experience in managing collective legal cases; where a group of people – sometimes even hundreds of people – are supported by a specialist team on a single medical negligence incident.
Our ongoing Group Actions:
- Mr Jeremy Parker
- Mr Mian Munawar Shah
- John Bradley Williamson
- Barking Havering & Redbridge
- Pinderfields Hospital
- Vaginal Mesh Implants
- New Cross Hospital
- EyeCee One Lenses
- Nexgen Knee Replacements
- Nottingham University Hospital
- Betsi Cadwaladr Hospitals
- Hampshire Ophthalmology
Our team of Group Action specialists developed their skills through years of complex medical negligence work. We always work with the best interests of our clients in mind.
Part of a wider team of medical negligence specialists, our Group Actions team is passionate about securing the best outcome for those who have suffered the consequences of medical negligence through no fault of their own. We understand that it can feel daunting to fight against a larger corporation or authority figure, but our comprehensive understanding of the law means that we will work tenaciously on your behalf, to make the process much easier for you.
A team of experts to help you - every step of the way
We understand that bringing a legal case forward is a daunting prospect. That’s why we promise to guide you through the process and keep you informed at every turn. We are experts in our field, and it is our hope that our guidance and specialist knowledge and will help lighten the load, during what is understandably a difficult time.
We've helped so many people - just like you
To date, we have secured more than one million pounds in compensation for a single group action; meaning our clients are given the tools and support they need to be able to move forward. Our dedicated team is carefully structured to ensure you have the best legal minds on your case at all time; and our proactive approach means we have direct access to the latest information impacting your case – whether that be the tribunal hearing of a medical professional, or a wider investigation into a particular NHS Trust.