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If you have had an ectopic pregnancy misdiagnosed as a cyst, an appendicitis, or perhaps a doctor has missed it altogether, you may be able to make a misdiagnosed ectopic pregnancy claim and seek compensation.

Below, we outline the basic science behind an ectopic pregnancy and explain how to make a claim, should you choose to proceed. More...

Nobody wants to have to visit their doctor, or to be admitted to hospital, but when we do, we trust them with our lives and accept the advice and information provided by them. Unfortunately, mistakes do happen and doctors, nurses, dentists and other health professionals can misdiagnose a condition. This could count as medical negligence, and you may be able to make a compensation claim for it. More...

Emma Sweeney is the latest solicitor to join our growing team of legal experts in our family department. We sat down with her and asked a few questions, so you can get to know our newest legal mind better. More...

The Legal 500 is published annually to recognise the expertise and experience of individual legal professionals and law firms.

The industry leading guide undertakes considerable research to identify the leading legal talent in the market.  We are therefore incredibly proud to announce that several of our solicitors and departments have been recognised in the Legal 500 2019 edition.

The individuals and departments recognised in the guide are outlined below. More...

Medical negligence occurs in instances where the care provided by healthcare professionals is deemed to be negligent or below the standard reasonably expected, and directly results in physical injury, mental suffering, or undue distress. This can happen in a number of ways, including, mistakes made during surgery, misdiagnosis or prescription errors.

In circumstances where medical negligence results in unnecessary suffering and consequences for you or your loved ones, you may be entitled to seek compensation.

You typically must start your legal claim within three years from when the incident happened or when you first reasonably believed that your injury might have been caused by the treatment. It’s best to seek professional advice as soon as possible after the incident and it is important not to leave this until the last minute. More...

With effect from 15th February 2015 EU Regulations on Consumer Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) allow consumers who bought our services online to submit their complaint via an online complaint portal.

We are required under the regulations to provide our clients the following information:-
  1. Link to the ODR platform - please follow the following link for further information (
  2. Our contact email address in case of a complaint under the ODR regulation – Andrea Coombes