Making a medical negligence claim can be stressful and time consuming. Our medical negligence lawyers are specialists in this area and can guide you through every step of your claim. Not only do we have the experience and expertise to build the best case for you, we will also handle your case sensitively and with the utmost care and attention.
We only work on medical negligence claims and we only represent people who have been injured through medical negligence or a medical accident. And, when we take on your case, you will have a dedicated medical negligence lawyer and adviser who is assigned to you for the duration of the case.
Our medical negligence lawyers at Gadsby Wicks are widely regarded as being amongst the best in England and Wales, and we have been involved in many landmark legal cases. A number of our lawyers are members of the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme (sometimes known as the Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel) and the AvMA Specialist Clinical Negligence Panel, both of which require high levels of expertise in clinical negligence claims before admission. Find out more about who we are.
As a firm, we have excellent credentials and hold the following accreditations.
- The Law Society’s LEXCEL Quality Mark
- ISO9001 certification
- Investors In People accreditation
- Legal Services Commission Quality Mark (sometimes known as a legal aid franchise)
If you think you have suffered due to medical negligence and may have a claim for medical compensation, please call us now on freephone 0800 321 3112 and speak in confidence to one of our advisers. Alternatively, please complete our online enquiry form and we will contact you.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority requires all firms regulated by them to collect and report to them data about the diversity make up of their work force. We comply with that requirement. In addition firms are required to publish a summary of their work force diversity data unless to do so would risk breaching data protection legislation. Gadsby Wicks is a small firm and after careful consideration we have concluded that publication of any data that we may collect could not be achieved without incurring a risk of identifying one or more individuals within the work force, which would breach the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998. We have therefore decided not to publish any diversity data.