There are times where the medical establishments and professionals we rely on, fail to provide the best care or treatment possible. Medical negligence, also referred to as Clinical negligence, can cause illness, further injuries and many other devastating outcomes.
Medical negligence is more straight forward than you think. Anyone working in the medical profession; from social care staff to brain surgeons or even dentist's, all have a legal obligation to ensure you are treated with your safety in mind. This duty of care means your trust is placed with the medical provider to provide the best possible care or treatment required for you.
Although we all place trust in most medical establishments and expect to receive the best possible care, some are not so fortunate.There are individuals who have suffered or are suffering due to the negligence of medical professionals. As a result, this breach in duty of care can result in illness, further injuries, other health complications or fatalities.
The ethos of our experts is more than just the claim and financial compensation. We aim to help you cope during the legal process, by offering a no win, no fee basis and a free initial consultation at a place of your choosing, as well as support once the legal process is finished through rehabilitation and continuing care.
If you feel your medical establishment has breached it's duty of care, where harm to you or a loved one was or is avoidable, our team of medical negligence specialists are on hand to achieve the best outcome for you.
If you feel your medical establishment has been negligent, where harm was avoidable, make an enquiry with us. We are here to talk, understand and get you and your family back on track. Call 0800 111 6144 or make an enquiry using the "Make an enquiry" buttons on this page.
Legal 500 2017: The Serious Injury and Clinical Negligence Team were recognised as a leading team in the West Midlands.
"Key figures at FBC Manby Bowdler LLP include Wolverhampton-based clinical negligence department head Tim Gray and Susan Todhunter, who leads the firm’s multi-track team and handles complex, high-value catastrophic injury claims.
Other key names include associates Adam Wilson, who joined the firm in 2016 who leads the employers’ liability team and has substantial experience in handling CRPS cases."