Damage to the spinal cord will often cause paralysis and loss of feeling, resulting in a devastating, life-changing event.
Claims for spinal-cord injuries are both medically and legally complex. At Anthony Collins Solicitors, we have represented many clients over the years who have suffered spinal injury and often our clients have received multi-million-pound settlements. If you have a spinal injury claim, then we will fight your case.
Our in-depth medical knowledge of these spinal-cord injuries, and our relationships with eminent medical and other experts ensure we can fully understand what injuries you or your family have suffered and the full impact upon your lives.
Spinal injuries can occur in a variety of different scenarios; from neurosurgery to anaesthetic accidents. Sometimes mistakes can happen while injections are being administered to the spine or by missing fractures of the neck and the spine. Sometimes nursing and paramedic staff don’t handle patients with neck and back injuries properly, which all can give rise to a claim. If you do have a spinal injury claim, then we are here to support you and help you get the compensation you need to make the necessary adjustments to you new living requirements and situation.
Supporting you in getting the justice you deserve
If we can help, we will talk to you about the best way forward for you, including funding options open to you. We are also happy to talk to you on a no-obligation basis if you already have a solicitor but would like a second opinion or you are unhappy.
If it helps, we can meet you at home or a neutral venue regardless of where you live. If you choose to instruct us, you will be represented by a solicitor who will be your contact from day one, right the way through to the conclusion, keeping you updated throughout.
Medical or clinical negligence can be a difficult thing to move on from, especially when it’s not your fault and it's life-changing. You can rest assured you'd be in the best possible hands - read about the support we've provided to other clients in their time of need here. Find out here what happens in a typical negligence compensation case. Whatever your case, please contact us and we will work with you to help you get the justice you deserve.
We would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the help and support you have given us. We could not even begin to describe how happy you have made our lives. Now we can look forward to the future.Mr and Mrs G.
...professional, friendly, service for a continued period of 12+ years, with a fantastic outcome!Mrs M.
Head of the claimant clinical negligence and personal injury department.
We have been recognised for the work we do
North Bristol NHS Trust have concluded that around 40% of patients who underwent innovative mesh operations to resolve bowel problems should have been offered alternative forms of treatment first.
NHS England recently reported plans to recruit an ‘army of advisors’ to support GPs, following evidence that approximately half of all appointments were not related to medical conditions.
When the Mental Capacity Act was going through parliament, “pro-life” groups argued that the provisions around health and welfare and advance directives would be the prelude to legalised euthanasia.
Partner and Head of the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Department, Rankeshwar Batta, has been listed in the Legal 500 “Hall of Fame” for both his personal injury and clinical negligence work.
NHS England has worked with families, carers, professionals and a range of other stakeholders, to develop new guidance for NHS trusts and foundation trusts.
Although there may be some wear and tear showing, the overwhelmingly fantastic work carried out all over the country, every day, represents what can usually be expected.
Fixed costs for clinical negligence cases valued at less than £25,000, is to become a reality and is in the pipeline of Government changes set to take effect over the next 12 months or so.
Anthony Collins Solicitors (ACS) won four awards at the Birmingham Law Society Awards last night (8 March 2018), including Law Firm of the Year (16 partners or more).
In short - yes. This is a common question in personal injury or clinical negligence claims and has recently come before the High Court in judicial review proceedings.
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