Our team at Lamb Brooks have been operating from North Hampshire for over 230 years.


Some reasons to choose Lamb Brooks to handle your clinical negligence case include;

  • We are very personable. You will have a dedicated solicitor working on your case throughout your claim from start to finish.
  • No call centres. Unlike some of the large claims companies you will only speak to familiar voices – likely your own case handler and perhaps an assistant or receptionist. You will have the direct phone number and email address for the people you need to liaise with so that you can keep in touch.
  • Where appropriate you can meet your Solicitor face to face. We have a high street office in North Hampshire with comfortable meeting rooms and disabled access. Our lawyers are able to make homes visits where required to make life easier for you.
  • We pride ourselves on giving you honest feedback on your claim and we are clear and upfront on our fees or the compensation you can expect to receive.
  • Or team understand how important it is to you to know what progress your claim is making. Medical negligence claims can take some time, but rest assured that you will be kept in the loop.
  • As Lamb Brooks is a full service law firm our clinical negligence team are able to call upon the expertise from our other legal departments and put you in touch with the best lawyer to help with any other aspects that need addressing following your injury or treatment.

"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

Hayley Emmerson

Partner & Head of Clinical Negligence

Victoria Pettit-Mills

Associate Solicitor

Clare Galvani

Litigation Executive

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