Daniel is passionate about securing compensation and rehabilitation support for victims of substandard medical care.
He has specialised in clinical and medical negligence claims since 2008.
Our Medical Negligence Lawyers offer free initial legal advice and most claims can be dealt with on a no win no fee basis.
As part of the Co-op Group our values of openness, honesty, social responsibility and caring for others are core to the service we provide.
The first step is for a Medical Negligence Lawyer to assess your claim free of charge. When your claim has been reviewed we can help you understand if your claim is likely to be awarded compensation.
We know you will have questions and we'll be happy to answer them without using legal jargon wherever possible. It's vital to get specialist legal advice as soon as possible so don't delay.
Your Medical Negligence Lawyer can be supported by independent expert witnesses across a range of specialist areas, including surgeons, hospital doctors, nurses, GPs and dentists. The Barristers that are used for Court proceedings all have a high level of expertise in medical cases.
The breadth of experience and skill of your Medical Negligence Lawyer and your supporting claims team will ensure that you will have the best support at all times.
We know how important it is for victims of medical negligence to get answers on what happened, why they had a poor outcome or suffered an injury as a result of medical treatment and importantly, who is at fault.
Your medical negligence claims team will provide excellent service, focussed on you and your needs.
Suffering an injury as a result of negligent clinical or medical treatment is a difficult and upsetting experience for you and your family and consulting a Lawyer for legal advice can feel like a big step. That is why your Co-op Legal Services Lawyer will make it their priority to take time to listen to your concerns and provide clear and helpful advice straight away.
Whilst bringing a claim against a medical provider may seem daunting, your expert team will ensure that the process is as smooth and straightforward as possible. Your Lawyer will always work to ensure that you are fully compensated and that any ongoing needs are met. Your Lawyer will fully understand the difficulties facing those who have suffered debilitating injuries. If negotiations are ongoing they will look to secure Interim Payments of compensation on your behalf so that you are not out of pocket.
As medical negligence claims can result in large compensation payments, your Lawyer can also arrange independent financial advice so that you make the right plans for the future.
Suffering an injury as a result of medical negligence is stressful, so your Lawyer will do all that they can to help you to get back on track, allowing you to resume your life as you wish and helping to put the right plans in place for the future.
Your Lawyer will proactively progress your medical negligence claim whilst ensuring that the medical support required for your rehabilitation is in place as quickly as possible.
The last thing that you need to worry about is how to pay for legal support to pursue your claim.
Your Medical Negligence Lawyer will advise you on appropriate funding options for legal fees whether the claim is successful or not, so you do not need to worry. These fees are incurred as the case is built up against the party at fault, including obtaining medical records, obtaining expert reports, Court fees, travel expenses and your own Lawyers’ legal fees for work done on your case.
Should your medical negligence claim be successful, most of the legal fees incurred on your behalf will be payable by the insurance company of the person or party at fault.
If your claim is unsuccessful, there is no financial risk to you as all your legal fees will be covered*.
As part of the largest Co-operative organisation in the UK, Co-op Legal Services works to ensure that our clients receive the best legal advice and support services available from our teams of personal injury and clinical negligence solicitors, legal executives and staff.
We are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and several of our Personal Injury Solicitors are members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
Co-op Legal Services has over 600 staff working in different businesses with offices in Manchester, Bristol, Stratford-upon-Avon, Sheffield and London.