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Shakespeare Martineau LLP

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Robert Rose

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Shakespeare Martineau LLP

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Robert leads a highly experienced medical negligence team who fight on behalf of individuals injured as a result of negligence by NHS Trusts, Private Consultants and Care Homes. Clients rate Robert and the team for being organised, efficient, on the ball, and offering exemplary client care.

Robert continues to secure high levels of compensation for his clients, including one of the highest ever awards for a child who suffered a brain injury.

East Midlands: Insurance

Personal injury and clinical negligence: claimant

Within: Personal injury and clinical negligence: claimant

The ‘highly efficient’ team at Shakespeare Martineau LLP ‘provides a very high standard of service’ and assists with a broad range of personal injury and clinical negligence work. On the personal injury side, spinal and head injuries, amputations, back and joint injuries and asbestosis are areas of particular expertise. On the clinical negligence side, the team demonstrates particular strength in birth injuries and broader gynaecological injuries, oncology and orthopaedic surgery instructions, ophthalmology and cardiology as well as in GP negligence, care home negligence and dentistry – showcasing the team’s continued focus on expanding the clinical negligence offering. ‘Very able litigator’ and practice head Robert Rose ‘is passionate about getting the best results for his clients’. ‘Calm under fire’, Neil Clayton ‘is very empathetic in dealing with his clients’ and ‘fights his client’s corner hard, but always manages to maintain good and constructive relationships with his opponents’. Clayton’s recent caseload saw him represent a client whose lung cancer had not been diagnosed on time, thereby significantly reducing the client’s life expectancy. Personal injury experts Steven Baylis and Kathryn Hart are also recommended.

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