26 May 2017
LAW firm Ward Hadaway has retained its place on one of the most important NHS frameworks in the country.
Recent years have seen a dramatic rise in the number of clinical negligence claims initiated against both the NHS and private sectors.
These cases can be fraught with difficulty, extremely sensitive and often involve significant sums.
NHS organisations faced with such claims need the confidence, support and expertise of an experienced law firm with a long track record of working in the sector.
Our specialist healthcare team contains some of the leading national authorities on clinical negligence issues and has a history of advising organisations from across the NHS on dealing with claims.
We are here to support you and your organisation every step of the way, from initial response through to hearings.
We provide legal support to more than 70 NHS Trusts across England, from the Scottish Borders to Cornwall
We are also:
In addition to dealing with ongoing clinical negligence cases with tact and sensitivity, we also frequently lecture and hold workshops for our clients on the best means of managing (and avoiding) such claims.
For further information on how we can help you, please get in touch.
"A top performer"
"Noted for its representation of the NHSLA and a variety of NHS foundation trusts in defence of maximum severity clinical negligence claims. Highly experienced team of trial lawyers with an impressive track record on liability trials."
"Offers deep expertise in birth injury claims and other high-severity injury cases. Also noted for its risk management work for clients."
“A major player"
"They are very good to deal with and all of the people there are very impressive."
"The solicitors are bright and I enjoy the intellectual aspect of working with them."
“This ‘proactive and friendly’ firm continues to get a variety of work from the NHSLA and is successfully winning new instructions from the Medical Protection Society. Clients are impressed with the ‘very helpful’ team."
"recognised for its expertise in defending clinical negligence claims on behalf of the NHS."