Stephanie Pincher


A bit about me

Medical negligence allows me to help my clients in a very tangible way, giving both them and myself a sense of satisfaction and achievement. After an ordeal, that’s the least they are entitled to.

I do everything I can to help my clients feel comfortable, after all they will be sharing very personal details with me. I ensure that I’m responsive and always available, and I make sure every client feels seen, appreciated, and supported throughout their entire case. It is also important that they understand the complex technical points, which I dedicate time and effort into simplifying. Finally, I seek to empower my clients to understand, process, and move past what has happened. 

I specialise in delay in diagnosis claims, along with misdiagnosis, nerve injury, orthopaedic injury, birth injury, and FAA/LRMPA claims.

I am a passionate reader (find me for hours on end in charity book shops), I enjoy camping with my husband and sons, and I am proud to be the Bishop of Worcester’s personal advisor.

Want to know more?

Discover my top tips

  •  Always keep a contemporaneous record of events
  • If you are unsure about anything, speak to somebody as soon as possible
  • Hang in there. The legal process can be a long one but it will be worth it in the end.

Questions I’m frequently asked 

How long will it take?

How long is a piece of string? It can be completed within a year, but more often it will be two or three, even longer in more complex cases.

Will the matter go to court?

Perhaps not, but trials are becoming more common so we cannot make any guarantees.

Can you get the hospital (or whoever is the Defendant) to apologise for what they did?

We can ask, but they are not obliged to offer an apology.  As your lawyer, my aim is to seek an award of compensation.

"You've made me feel much lighter" – hear what clients say to Stephanie

Latest Events

Events that Stephanie is supporting

May 15, 2022 Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham

Wheel’n’Walk sponsored walk with Cerebral Palsy Midlands

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The Medical Accident Group team jumping as they prepare for the 3,000 star jumps in November challenge
Nov 01, 2021 – Nov 30, 2021

Jump right in for Cerebral Palsy Cymru – 3,000 star jumps in 30 days

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