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Fletchers Solicitors

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CEO: Ed Fletcher
Head of Serious Injury and Clinical Negligence: Adrian Denson
Number of partners (equiv.): 5
Number of other qualified lawyers in department: 1

CONTACTS
Serious Injury:
Andrew Clark
Clinical Negligence : Georgia Briscoe/Mark Tempest

THE FIRM
Fletchers Solicitors is one of the UK’s largest specialist personal injury and clinical negligence practitioners. From its early roots in 1987, the company has developed an internationally renowned personal injury department, mainly acting for individual clients following serious and life changing injuries. The personal injury department is a formidable performer in the serious injury market, dealing with the most complex and high value serious injury cases in the UK. They have one of the largest specialist clinical negligence teams in the UK, with over 400 years combined experience. The clinical negligence department also has a team solely dedicated to dealing with the highest severity injuries caused by a medical mistake. The firm is proud to enshrine trust, innovation, development, performance and customer as its core values – client care remains central to the Fletchers ethos and a key driver in taking the company forwards.

AREAS OF PRACTICE
Personal Injury:
50%
Medical Negligence: 50%

PRINCIPAL AREAS OF WORK
Personal Injury: The personal injury department focuses on all aspects of serious injury, specialising in motorcycle accidents. A unique aspect of the department is the in-house Court of Protection team, who can assist from the outset. The department also has expertise in dealing with accidents in international jurisdictions.
Clinical Negligence: The clinical negligence department at Fletchers is one of the largest in the UK. There are over 150 team members building a formidable nationwide reputation for dealing with all forms of clinical negligence. They also have a team which is solely dedicated to dealing with the highest severity injuries caused by a medical mistake.