Medical negligence can have a devastating impact on your life. After suffering significant setbacks compensation may help to get your life back on track, but of course, no amount of financial reward can give you back the lost time or void the stress, pain and suffering.


It is not uncommon for people to struggle to trust medical professionals after suffering from negligence and this can be difficult if you have a long route to recovery or lifelong health issues ahead.


Our primary objective is to see you rewarded with the highest level of compensation possible, but in addition to that we want to ensure clients have access to the best possible after-care when their claim has come to a close.


Whether that be rehabilitation services, counselling, financial advice or other legal advice required, our lawyers are well connected to help you move forward.

"The service provided was efficient. I have found Lamb Brooks to be very proactive in my case, addressing any concerns or queries with expediency and efficiency. Andrew Lowe in particular has been extremely accessible and supportive, offering both guidance and compassion. I am thoroughly satisfied with the firm's involvement in my case. I have no hesitation in recommending Lamb Brooks or Andrew Lowe. "


Key Contacts

Andrew Lowe

Managing Partner

Nicola Moore

Litigation Executive

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