Associate – Clinical Negligence
Adam is a specialist medical negligence solicitor with extensive experience in contentious personal injury litigation. He has practical experience in conducting an array of cases, varying in complexity and value. He has experience of cases brought both by the injured individual, and also cases which are pursued on behalf of the Estate of a deceased person.
Adam’s clients find him to be very understanding of their specific circumstances. He understands that compensation is only part of the story and that they strive to achieve justice for their negligent treatment and to be reassured that the same mistakes will not be repeated.
Adam has a strong focus on delivering impeccable client care. He aims to provide advice in a direct and straightforward fashion, to ensure that all of his clients’ needs are always fulfilled and that they understand exactly what is happening in each of their cases. Adam says “I see it as my duty to provide my clients with support through the complex litigation process”.
Adam has recently successfully resolved or handled cases concerning birth injuries, brain injuries, spinal injuries, renal injuries, delay in diagnosis of cancer, cardiac diseases, gynaecology treatments, wrongly reported radiology cases, mistreatment of orthopaedic injuries, drug overdoses and drug interaction cases.
Adam has experience of running cases on behalf of individuals and in relation to large group actions. One group action of note was one which was highly publicised where he acted for a large group of Claimants who allege that they had received negligent treatment from a Consultant Urologist, who had appeared on the ‘Embarrassing Bodies’ TV programme.
Another case to note is one which involved a young girl who sustained hypoxic brain injury shortly before her birth. As a result she was born severely disabled with cerebral palsy and she required around the clock care. The Defendant Trust admitted liability and the level of damages awarded to her, which was a multimillion award, was used to provide her with more suitable accommodation and an intensive care regime.
Outside of work Adam enjoys kayaking and cycling.