Private Practice

Clinical Negligence Solicitor

Clinical Negligence Solicitor

  • About the team: Acting for the NHS Resolution, NHS trusts, as well as private hospitals in the health market, our highly rated clinical risk team has a proven track record in defending high value complex claims.
  • About the role: You'll handle a challenging caseload of defendant clinical negligence work on behalf of NHS Resolution.
  • Looking for: We require a solicitor with experience in defendant or claimant clinical negligence, or defendant insurance law.
  • Opportunities: In Winchester, our dedicated clinical risk team handle clinical risk claims across all areas including cerebral palsy, oncology, paediatrics and plastic surgery.
  • And more: We also have associations/alliances with firms in Northern Ireland, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Brazil, Peru, Central America, Argentina, the USA, Australia and Germany.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

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