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UK Guide

Clinical Negligence: Mainly Claimant — Wales

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第一等

From the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- 3 partners
- 4 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Newport

What the team is known for Highly respected group with expertise in the full range of clinical negligence matters, including delayed diagnosis, cosmetic surgery and negligent treatment claims. Receives particular recognition for its strong expertise in handling high-value cerebral palsy cases.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)

"They are very professional and easy to deal with." 

Notable practitioners  

The "excellent" and "very experienced" Ken Thomas enjoys a fantastic reputation for his expertise in clinical negligence matters. He routinely represents claimants in fatal and serious brain injury cases.

Jane Rogers acts for clients in a broad range of clinical negligence matters. Commentators highlight her substantial experience, particularly in relation to brain injury claims.

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Band 1

第一等

From the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- 7 partners
- 14 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Cardiff

What the team is known for Impressive national firm known for handling high-value clinical negligence claims. Strong track record in a diverse range of work, including cerebral palsy, obstetric and brain injury cases.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)

"An excellent team." 

Notable practitioners

Stephen Webber heads the medical negligence group and specialises in high-value cases such as cerebral palsy, brain and spinal injury claims. Sources praise him as "an expert in his field" who "really understands what's needed to assemble a case on behalf of claimants." Impressed clients add: "He fully understands his subject matter and has technical knowledge both in terms of legal proceedings but also in medical issues. He also has excellent interpersonal skills with clients and is able to put you at ease at all times."

Mari Rosser is considered to be "one of the main players in this field" by market sources. She is "highly experienced and very skilled" in handling high-value and complex matters, including brain and spinal injury matters.

Andrew Davies has long-standing clinical negligence expertise, with significant experience in handling serious brain and spinal injury cases, including paralysis. He also has specialist expertise in matters involving negligent gall bladder surgery as well as injury resulting from compartment syndrome.

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Band 1

第一等

From the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- Office locations ranked: Cardiff

What the team is known for Maintains its reputation as a leading claimant clinical negligence team. Handles the full spectrum of medical and dental negligence, including catastrophic injury and cerebral palsy claims.

Notable practitioners 

Undisputed market leader Tim Musgrave has expertise in handling a plethora of complex and high-value cases, with a particular emphasis on catastrophic and birth injury claims. Commentators highlight his substantial experience in this area and agree that he is a "legend."

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Band 2

第二等

From the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- 1 partner
- 2 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Cardiff

What the team is known for Handles a diverse range of clinical negligence matters, including delayed diagnosis and negligent treatment cases. Maintains a strong focus on spinal and brain injury claims.

Notable practitioners

Angelina Rigby frequently handles brain and spinal injury matters, and is admired by interviewees for her ability to grasp complex medical issues. Sources say that "she is very good at dealing with clients" and "has the ability to cut through and get to the heart of things and really figure it all out."

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Band 2

第二等

From the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- 2 partners
- 5 other qualified lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Swansea

What the team is known for Maintains a strong presence in west Wales. Notable depth of experience in birth, brain and spinal injuries.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)

"A very efficient and knowledgeable team which is concerned about its client's welfare as well as the amount of compensation they can obtain."

Notable practitioners  

Seasoned practitioner Keith Thomas has extensive experience handling serious injury claims, including brain injury and obstetrics cases. Market commentators say that he is "very impressive."

Sources commend Matthew Owen for being "very thoughtful," and deem his approach to complex and sensitive matters "just right." He is particularly well versed in handling claims involving serious brain injuries.

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Band 2

第二等

From the Chambers UK guide

Basic facts about the department
- 3 partners
- 2 lawyers
- Office locations ranked: Wrexham

What the team is known for Solid full-service firm with a network of offices across the UK. Maintains a strong reputation for expertise in a range of claims, including misdiagnosis, birth injury and cauda equina cases. 

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients)

"Highly experienced and very bright team of lawyers."  

Notable practitioners  

Justine Jones is a key contact at the firm.

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Senior Statesmen

JCP Solicitors

From the Chambers UK guide

Seasoned practitioner Keith Thomas has extensive experience handling serious injury claims, including brain injury and obstetrics cases. Market commentators say that he is "very impressive."

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Star Individuals

Huttons

From the Chambers UK guide

Undisputed market leader Tim Musgrave has expertise in handling a plethora of complex and high-value cases, with a particular emphasis on catastrophic and birth injury claims. Commentators highlight his substantial experience in this area and agree that he is a "legend."

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Band 1

Hugh James

From the Chambers UK guide

Mari Rosser is considered to be "one of the main players in this field" by market sources. She is "highly experienced and very skilled" in handling high-value and complex matters, including brain and spinal injury matters.

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Harding Evans

From the Chambers UK guide

The "excellent" and "very experienced" Ken Thomas enjoys a fantastic reputation for his expertise in clinical negligence matters. He routinely represents claimants in fatal and serious brain injury cases.

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Band 1

Hugh James

From the Chambers UK guide

Stephen Webber heads the medical negligence group and specialises in high-value cases such as cerebral palsy, brain and spinal injury claims. Sources praise him as "an expert in his field" who "really understands what's needed to assemble a case on behalf of claimants." Impressed clients add: "He fully understands his subject matter and has technical knowledge both in terms of legal proceedings but also in medical issues. He also has excellent interpersonal skills with clients and is able to put you at ease at all times."

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Band 2

Hugh James

From the Chambers UK guide

Andrew Davies has long-standing clinical negligence expertise, with significant experience in handling serious brain and spinal injury cases, including paralysis. He also has specialist expertise in matters involving negligent gall bladder surgery as well as injury resulting from compartment syndrome.

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Band 2

JCP Solicitors

From the Chambers UK guide

Sources commend Matthew Owen for being "very thoughtful," and deem his approach to complex and sensitive matters "just right." He is particularly well versed in handling claims involving serious brain injuries.

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Band 2

Geldards LLP

From the Chambers UK guide

Angelina Rigby frequently handles brain and spinal injury matters, and is admired by interviewees for her ability to grasp complex medical issues. Sources say that "she is very good at dealing with clients" and "has the ability to cut through and get to the heart of things and really figure it all out."

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Band 2

Harding Evans

From the Chambers UK guide

Jane Rogers acts for clients in a broad range of clinical negligence matters. Commentators highlight her substantial experience, particularly in relation to brain injury claims.

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Band 2

Marchant Harries

From the Chambers UK guide

Sources praise the "brilliant" Peter Williams of Marchant Harries for his extensive experience and expertise in clinical negligence work. Commentators note that "he always thinks tactically."

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