The Clinical Negligence and Healthcare barristers at Kings Chambers are leading practitioners recognised for their expertise in advocacy and advice in the most complex cases on a whole range of claims including:
Issues surrounding clinical negligence and healthcare actions extend beyond civil litigation into associated areas such as:
Some of our specialist barristers joined the Bar and Kings Chambers from medical or other healthcare backgrounds.
They have experience at all court levels and act for claimants and defendants. The team prides itself not only on its specialist knowledge but also on its client care, aiming to be accessible and to accommodate the needs of individual clients.
The team deals with treatment decision cases as well as data protection issues and defending CQC prosecutions.
Our barristers have specific expertise in the assessment of quantum in very high value cases and the use of periodical payments.
We act for both claimants as well as defendants including individual NHS Trusts, NHSLA, healthcare insurers, defence organisations (such as NHS Resolution), and other government bodies.
Chambers UK 2019:
A prominent set consisting of dynamic barristers who handle high-stakes clinical negligence cases for both claimants and defendants. Its barristers have tried-and-tested expertise in issues of surgical negligence, misdiagnosis and failures in post-operative care, to name a few. The lawyers frequently act in cases regarding birth damage, including high-value cerebral palsy claims. They also maintain busy practices in cases dealing with adult injury, such as serious spinal and neurological conditions leading to severe disability. Members also boast considerable talent in issues relating to deficient psychiatric care. Instructing solicitors draw attention to the chambers' reliable bench strength at all levels of seniority, which they say makes the set a top choice for all varieties of clinical negligence work.
"The clerks are really willing and flexible and they have a sensible approach to getting the job done - they have gone above and beyond for me at times."
"They are reliable and have excellent organisation which is forward-thinking."
Solicitors say that chief clerk Stephen Loxton "has to be the most helpful clerk in Manchester."
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