Clinical Negligence Accreditation Update
Clinical Negligence Accreditation Update
January 20, 2023

Bridge McFarland LLP are delighted to share that Chris Gresswell-GreenDanielle BarneyIan Sprakes and Dr Darren Conway, PhD have successfully gained re-accreditation for The Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Scheme.

The clinical negligence accreditation specifically “covers all work undertaken by solicitors arising out of any act of negligence, breach of contract and/or statutory duty, as a result of which the victim has sustained injuries in the course of medical or dental care.”

The Law Society says that to achieve accreditation, the solicitor “will have shown that they have achieved the required level of competence and knowledge in this area of law … to ensure that clients, and/or their representatives, are easily able to identify legal practitioners with proven competency in clinical negligence law.”

Our abovementioned solicitors have met the accreditation’s strict requirements for another three years and show that they:

  • Can be identified by a client as a legal practitioner with proven competency in clinical negligence law.
  • Can demonstrate compliance with a best practice quality mark that clients can trust.
  • Can maintain relevant standards of competency and expertise in the field through re-accreditation.

To gain accreditation, there are strict guidelines that our solicitors must adhere to relating to their experience and caseload. To find out more about the requirements, click here.  

Clinical Negligence Solicitors

When things don’t go right, and you need your voice to be heard, get the advice you deserve. Our clinical negligence lawyers are dedicated to representing victims of medical negligence, ensuring their rights are protected and their best interests considered.

Please speak to Bridge McFarland LLP today if you require legal assistance with your clinical negligence matter and wish to instruct an experienced and Law Society-accredited firm.

Congratulations, Chris, Danielle, Ian, and Darren.

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