Personal injury and clinical negligence
Whether an adult or child has suffered an injury, not received appropriate medical or community care, or needs advice on a family matter - we have the legal experts to guide our clients through what can be complex and difficult issues.
We are specialists in cases for children who have suffered injuries at birth and people who have suffered brain injuries and strokes.
At Anthony Collins Solicitors we have over 40 years of experience in dealing with all types of injury claims. We help people who have suffered life-changing injuries as a result of clinical negligence, in road traffic accidents, accidents at work, hospitals and care homes.
Our highly committed and widely-respected team of specialist personal injury and clinical negligence lawyers go beyond claiming compensation and work with individuals and their families to help to recover their quality of life, so far as possible. We provide clear and straightforward advice in a personal, friendly and professional way.
We are ranked as one of the top personal injury and clinical negligence teams in the West Midlands.
We provide a personal service to our clients, not a process
We recognise that each client is an individual, with their own needs and circumstances. We have experience securing early rehabilitation, setting-up care packages, appointing case managers, obtaining suitable accommodation and working with local and national agencies to get the best for our client.
We take pride in not just our lawyers but also in the other professionals we work with. Our team includes a qualified nurse, whose medical expertise helps us to understand the in-depth medical issues from day one and puts clients at ease when talking about very personal matters.
We are here to help with every step, providing a holistic service to our clients. We understand the impact of negligence extends beyond the injury and affects other aspects of a person’s life and their family.
Our team can also help clients with welfare concerns, family problems, employment and disability rights, mental health issues, court of protection matters, special needs trusts to protect benefits, wills and estate planning.