Medical Negligence Solicitor
“Working closely with experts and learning about medicine is a fascinating part of being a medical negligence solicitor. It is particularly satisfying to run a case from start to finish and, when a claim succeeds, you can see first-hand how it can help people get their lives back on track.”
1979 – LLB (Hons) – Durham University
1982 – Qualified as a solicitor – Chester College of Law
- Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) – Senior Litigator
Mark Guy has worked as a solicitor primarily throughout Essex in various areas of law since qualifying in 1982, and has handled personal injury claims since 1994. Since joining Gadsby Wicks – first in 2008 to provide maternity cover and then as a permanent member of the team since 2011 – he has specialised in medical negligence. Mark has experience of litigation from the perspective of both claimants and defendants, including working as an in-house lawyer at Amlin Underwriting in Chelmsford. He now works exclusively for claimants along with the other lawyers at Gadsby Wicks.
Mark is a keen cyclist and enjoys cooking, aviation history and attending air shows. He is a season ticket holder at West Ham Utd FC.
Winning my first case in the High Court after a 10 day trial.
See below for a selection of cases where Mark has helped patients and their families make a successful claim for compensation:
- Death from heart attack and hypoxia after disconnection from ventilator – £37,500
- Damage to iliac artery during laparoscopy – £40,000
- Bowel perforated during hysterectomy – £58,000
- Perforation of common bile duct during ureteric stenting – £90,000
- Perforation to the duodenum during ERCP – £35,000
- Undiagnosed subdural haematoma – £8,048.10
- Above knee amputation following late diagnosis of popliteal aneurysm – £780,000