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The healthcare group is the fastest growing division of our practice. The bulk of the firm’s healthcare work are in Clinical and Medical Negligence.
As part of our growing commitment to our clients, the group have also committed more resources to developing other fast growing area of the group practice such as the disputes between NHS Trusts and Local General Practitioners arising out of their contractual relationships either in the GMS or PMS Contracts.
Our Clinical negligence and Medical negligence practice is predominantly claimant focused practice whereby most of our clients are victims of negligent practices and treatments by doctors who are often defended by Medical Defence Insurance companies and other Medical Defence Organisations.
Our Medical professional disciplinary team also provide reliable legal representations to medical practitioners particularly, medical doctors and nurses who faces regulatory disciplinary proceedings at both the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service and the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s Interim Order Panel and Fitness to Practice Panel hearings. For healthcare clients and other clients who are faced with the need to litigate, at Taylor Wood Solicitors, we offer an unusual combination of lawyers with deep healthcare expertise and lawyers with great experience of sensitive cases.
Our healthcare litigators are qualified Solicitor Advocates who appear regularly before Judges at all the Senior Courts in England and Wales including the High Courts in contentious Administrative proceedings and in various appellate matters in the the Court of Appeal. Our healthcare litigation clients benefit from a unique type of representations undertaken by and only available from lawyers who share an incomparable understanding of the healthcare industry.
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