Helping women affected by poor Maternity care at Nottingham University Hospital Trust

  • Nottingham University Hospital Trust

    Case investigation led by Christian Beadell

    Published: September 21, 2023 | Last Updated: February 8, 2024

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Helping maternity patients fight their medical negligence claim

Nottingham University Hospital Trust

Fletchers Solicitors welcomes the independent inquiry into the quality and safety of maternity services at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH), and the police investigation into maternity cases.

Our dedicated medical law experts are representing families who have been asked to take part in the review, which will look into the deaths of several babies and the harming of babies and mothers at the Trust’s three sites – including Nottingham City Hospital and the Queen’s Medical Centre.

We are dedicated to supporting our clients throughout this process, providing advice and guidance on the scope of the investigation, and helping them to secure the answers they deserve.

If you have suffered because of poor maternity care from the Trust, our team are here to help.

We offer a free, no obligation consultation, so if you have any questions or just want to understand how we may be able to help please do get in touch.

If you have been affected by poor maternity care at Nottingham University Hospital Trust contact us for a Free Case Assessment.
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Our expert team continues to monitor the progression of the independent review and police investigation so we are best placed to support our clients and help them understand the findings as and when they are published. If you have been affected by the maternity services at Nottingham University Hospital Trust and you would like to know if you have claim, we are happy to have a no-obligation chat.

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What’s the process?

When you contact the team we will provide a Free Case Assessment to understand what has happened to you, listen what you would like to achieve and ensure that you have a valid case to bring. Once we have identified that you have a legitimate claim we will begin an investigation.

In a group action this can be slightly different to a normal case as there will be parts which we can achieve as part of a wider group. Within this stage we will need to collect evidence, work out who is responsible and assess your injuries. When dealing with a group there may be efficiencies and hopefully you will be able to benefit from this. We will apply to the Court to let them know that we are dealing with the case. If needed we will get a Group Litigation Order.

We will then negotiate with the defendants in order for us to try and reach a favourable settlement. Once we have a decision or an agreement of settlement we will arrange for the compensation to be paid to you.

Nottingham University Hospital Trust

Why Fletchers?

We have a dedicated team who deal with Group Action claims and have the infrastructure that some smaller firms do not have to better support our clients and the process. Our expert team acts for countless of people across the UK injured in a healthcare setting, such as a hospital or clinic, or those who have received faulty medical devices. We are always stronger together, fighting as a group. You can also be reassured that our team are experts in clinical negligence and personal injury. The lawyers in our teams have fought many similar cases and are ranked among the leading lawyers in these types of cases. We are independently ranked as leaders in this field with Legal 500 Directory 2024 stating: “Fletchers has been at the forefront of using and developing IT systems to manage and progress cases effectively. They are specialists in what they do and give a personal service to their clients. They become someone you can turn to for anything. Friendly, helpful, nothing is a problem as well as being there for you every step of the way. They always answer your phone calls and emails – no waiting around. They go above and beyond.”

Meet some of our specialist Group Action team

  • Nottingham University Hospital Trust

    Christian Beadell

    Head of Group Actions

  • Nottingham University Hospital Trust

    Francesca Paul