Our Medical Negligence Solicitors are offering a free claims assessment and legal advice to maternity patients who believe they received negligent care from Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust.
Our specialist team has already received several enquiries and been instructed by people affected by problems at the Trust’s maternity services, which are now under investigation.
The tragic case of Kate Stanton-Davies, who died just 6 hours after her birth in 2009, was the key case to trigger the review, and our Head of Medical Negligence Ian Cohen represented her devastated parents in their fight for justice.
If you attended maternity units run by Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust and have concerns about the care you received, you could be entitled to compensation.
Our expert Medical Negligence Solicitors offer a free claims assessment and legal advice. We’ll be happy to discuss your situation with you and what we can do to help you. We may be able to handle your claim on a No Win, No Fee basis - ask us for details.
If we can take on your case, a specialist Medical Negligence Solicitor will be assigned to your claim.
We’ll tailor our service to your individual needs, and make sure you’re kept updated at every stage of your claim.
Our friendly and approachable team of Medical Negligence Solicitors care about our clients, and we’ll work with you and your family to get the best possible outcome.
Our Medical Negligence team includes a former nurse and midwife, with years of experience of life in a busy maternity unit. This has been invaluable to our clients, as this insight helps us look at the evidence forensically and identify the key issues in a medical negligence claim.
We have a strong track record of recovering compensation for people who have been impacted by medical negligence in NHS maternity services. For example:
An investigation into maternity care at Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust was set up by HM Government in 2017, with the chair asked to look into 23 cases.
However, hundreds more reports of avoidable baby deaths, stillbirths and brain damage later emerged, and the review is now investigating almost 1,900 cases.
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