When you’ve suffered medical negligence or a serious personal injury we believe that you should have access to the best legal advice on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis. We don’t want the cost of making a claim to put you off getting the pay-out you deserve.
Based across Worcester, Birmingham, the West Midlands and Herefordshire, our lawyers are known for providing legal expertise in medical negligence and serious personal injury, in a practical and accessible way.
Initial consultations with our expert team have no obligations and we are happy to visit you at home or in hospital. This approach allows us to understand your case before recommending the best course of action and letting you know if we believe you have grounds for compensation. We’ll keep you well-informed at each step and promise to be clear about the different financial options you have. To find out more about making a claim, and our way of working, click here.
After Sarah had her contraceptive coil fitted wrongly by her GP, leading to two major operations, she sought help from Ally Taft, partner with Medical Accident Group.see how we helped
Delayed diagnosis, reporting and treatment left Simon on crutches and doubly incontinent – a tumour on his spine which was eventually removed was found to be linked to testicular cancer which had spread, needing chemotherapy, blood transfusion and bone marrow transplants.see how we helped
Delays in diagnosing and treating Adam’s infected gallbladder meant that his ability to walk was limited, he needed help in his home and couldn’t carry on with his normal life after surgery. He came to Medical Accident Group for help with his claim.see how we helped
An accident at work left Jack with a fractured ankle which wasn’t diagnosed by doctors for more than three months – he later had to have two operations to correct the problems the late diagnosis caused.see how we helped
Giving birth should be a time to celebrate, but for Karen, medical mistakes meant that her labour was traumatic and her pain after an emergency caesarean was not properly treated.see how we helped
The number of illegal teeth-whitening procedures carried out in the UK has risen, even though untrained beauticians have caused patients injuries such as burns, blisters and even tooth loss.
Following the recent release of findings from the Ian Paterson inquiry, Spire Healthcare has come under scrutiny once again as it has emerged that the healthcare provider suspended another surgeon in April 2018.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) told University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust last summer that its care service provision required improvement.
atients who are “seriously ill”, including those suffering a heart attack or a stroke and burns victims, are waiting over an hour for an ambulance to arrive in England and Wales.
The retirement of the only full-time A&E consultant at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, Wales, has meant three A&E services could not be “sustained beyond the immediate short-term”.
The independent inquiry into the rogue surgeon Ian Paterson has published its conclusions, finding that “a culture of denial and unwillingness” to hold Paterson to account by his employers enabled him to practise dangerous and unnecessary surgery on his patients.
Almost half of hospitals have a shortage of specialist stroke consultants, and the Stroke Association has called on the Government to take action to prevent the UK from “hurtling its way to a major stroke crisis.”
Following the recent maternity scandal at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, East Kent NHS Foundation Trust is now at the centre of a BBC investigation in respect of the standard of service provided.
Spire Healthcare have recalled 217 patients who received treatment from Habib Rahman, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, after an investigation into his conduct by the Royal College of Surgeons recommended the action.