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When someone suffers an emergency, A&E is often the place to go to for quick, diligent treatment. Unfortunately, accident and emergency wards are often busy and under strain, which can sometimes mean that mistakes are made, or oversights occur.

   

It is vital that very poorly patients are prioritised correctly. When negligence occurs on an A&E ward it can mean that patients conditions worsen, they are left in pain for longer or it can become too late for treatment.

   

If you or a family member has suffered further complications due to oversights or errors made on admission to hospital, then you may have grounds to make a formal complaint and seek compensation. To find out if your case is suitable to take further, please call our expert medical negligence lawyers on 01256 844888 or email enquiries@lambbrooks.com

"Lamb Brooks is a really professional team, very kind and responsive regarding every aspect of your matter. I do recommend. A big thank you to Victoria and Hayley who managed my clinical negligence case"

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Key Contacts

Andrew Lowe

Managing Partner

Hayley Emmerson

Partner & Head of Clinical Negligence

Victoria Pettit-Mills

Associate Solicitor

Clare Galvani

Litigation Executive

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