Copeland re-accredited by top industry charity Action for Victims of Medical Accidents (AvMA)

By: Tees Solicitors  29/03/2011
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have re-accredited  to their panel of specialist medical negligence solicitors.  The charity draws on both its legal and medical expertise in assessing solicitors, and places particular emphasis on whether the solicitor can demonstrate appropriate client care skills and empathy with those affected by medical accidents or errors.   Solicitors also have to demonstrate knowledge of other processes for resolving clinical disputes such as mediation, complaints procedures, inquests, Human Rights law and fitness to practice procedures. 

The  recently identified  as one of the up and coming claimant medical negligence practitioners, noting” The "very impressive"  of Tees is "a sensible, careful and committed litigator." He has particular expertise in cases pertaining to the misdiagnosis of cancer.

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