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Sadly, some patients can suffer catastrophic injuries due to medical negligence. This could be nerve damage during surgery, the loss of a limb due to infection or brain injury after lack of oxygen.

   

Severe injuries can seriously affect people’s quality of life, involve life-long care, impact their career and earning potential for the future. These claims can be complex to manage and require expert negligence lawyers to assess every area of the case and move forward quickly to avoid any delays.

   

Short-term and long-term rehabilitation needs should be considered to ensure that patients received the highest level of compensation to account for all future care needs and adaptations.

   

To speak to an experienced and understanding medical negligence lawyer, please call 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"

Bianca

Key Contacts

Andrew Lowe

Managing Partner

Victoria Pettit-Mills

Associate Solicitor

Clare Galvani

Litigation Executive

Nicola Moore

Litigation Executive

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