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Following on from our recent ‘Myths of Medical Negligence’ blog, Sue Edwards, Head or Personal Injury and Medical Negligence at Howells Solicitors, explains further the worries clients may have in bringing a claim and also the positive outcomes a successful claim can bring to their lives. More...

So, maybe you have been misdiagnosed, or had poor treatment by a medical professional, but you’re not too sure why claiming money from a free service is going to help anyone. Maybe, you’re not entirely sure where the money comes from, or whether you actually have a valid claim? Or even if you do make a claim, does it actually change and prevent the same thing from happening to someone else?

Below, our Head of Medical Negligence and Partner here at Howells, Sue Edwards, debunks some of the misconceptions surrounding medical negligence claims. More...

130 patients at University Hospital of Wales have undergone vital cataract surgery that is now under review for possible substandard treatment leaving some patients with potentially life-changing injuries. More...

Over 3 million people in the UK suffer personal injuries from accidents while at home, at work, or in the car every year. Often, these accidents are someone else’s fault. Serious injury suffered due to no fault of your own can cause chronic pain, disruption, worry and loss of earnings. 

Also, injuries can happen due to medical negligence at the hands of a healthcare professional. If you believe that the care you received was below the standard you were reasonably entitled to expect, resulting in physical injury, mental illness or undue distress, then you may be entitled to compensation. 

At Howells, we understand what a traumatic time you’ve been through and can help you get the compensation you deserve. More...

Here at Howells Solicitors, our medical negligence solicitors spend their days fighting for compensation for those who have been neglected by medical professionals.

If someone in your life has been affected by cerebral palsy and you believe someone is at fault, please consider our guidance below and get in touch with our friendly and experienced team. More...

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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 (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr).
  2. Our contact email address in case of a complaint under the ODR regulation – Andrea Coombes andrea.c@howellslegal.com