Clinical negligence in Regional Bar

Chambers of Richard Chapman QC

18 St John Street Chambers is home to Christopher Limb and Gemma McGungle, both of whom specialise in claimant clinical negligence work. Among other work, Limb represented the claimant in Welsh v Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust, a sepsis case.

Chambers of Christopher Kennedy QC

Kirsty McKinlay is the key barrister for clinical negligence matters at 9 St John Street. She is particularly in demand for claimant work concerning brain injuries or psychiatric treatment. In one case, she acted for the family of an individual whose brain aneurysm was allegedly negligently treated in a Fatal Accidents Act case.

Chambers of Simon Dawes

Atlantic Chambers reports an increase in clinical negligence work over the past year, as well as a rise in the number of cases concluding via mediation. Claimant-focused practitioner Elizabeth Francis heads the set's medical negligence group, with a practice that spans birth issues, claims against ophthalmologists and opticians, as well as gynaecological claims. In a recent highlight, John Benson QC acted for the family in a case concerning the negligent treatment of numerous asbestos-related conditions .

Chambers of Winston Hunter QC

Byrom Street Chambers is home to a large contingent of senior clinical negligence specialists, with a particular focus on claimant work, though its members also handle some defendant instructions. Birth injury cases are a key area of work for the set, with James Rowley QC acting in several cerebral palsy cases.

Chambers of Michael Hayton QC

Deans Court Chambers' clinical negligence team are most notable for their expertise in defending  clinical negligence claims including delayed diagnoses and negligent prescription of drugs, as well as the 'good availability of counsel' dealing with such cases.

Kings Chambers

Members of Kings Chambers practice across the full spectrum of clinical negligence work, acting on behalf of both claimants and defendants. Members of the 'strong team' available at the set are often instructed on high-value matters, such as Nicholas Braslavsky QC conducting a complex birth injury case in which the claimant suffered serious hypoxic ischaemic damage.

Chambers of Richard Bradley

Oriel Chambers is home to defendant clinical negligence specialist Yaqub Rahman, an 'excellent negotiator' who is recommended by clients for his performance in mediation. Recent cases deal with issues such as missed diagnoses, historic claims, and negligent treatment of injuries.

Chambers of Richard Norton

St John's Buildings' clinical negligence team is predominantly claimant-focused, with practitioners specialising in brain and spine injuries, delayed diagnosis and surgical negligence. Additionally, Henry Vanderpump is particularly notable for his work on complex procedural arguments, such as the attempted withdrawal of liability admissions by defendants, costs issues and the effects of recent court decisions concerning bereavement damages under the Fatal Accidents Act.