Gillian Clark / Partner and Head of Medical Negligence / Bristol
M +44 (0) 7515 196 725
D +44 (0) 117 945 3012
Let our Bristol solicitors support you or a member of your family with your medical negligence claim and ensure you get the best compensation possible.
If you or a member of your family have suffered an injury as a result of medical negligence we can support you to move forward with your life, whether that is rehabilitative treatment, referrals to medical and occupational health specialists, building modification guidance and getting you the compensation to pay for it.
Our understanding and supportive Bristol team care about each and every one of their clients and will support you through what can be an upsetting, bewildering and stressful time.
Ince is a full-service global law firm, with specialist solicitors in medical negligence based in Bristol. The team also work from both our Cardiff and London offices.
We robustly defend our clients and ensure we get maximum compensation for injuries they have suffered, giving personal and supportive guidance throughout their cases. Read through our case studies below to see how we have helped some recent clients.
Bristol-based practice with notable capabilities in handling claims relating to delayed diagnosis of medical conditions and negligent surgery. Also handles obstetric injury cases, with further experience in advising on orthopaedic claims. Frequently represents clients at inquests.
The Medical Negligence team provides high-quality client service, often taking on the risk of running high-value, complex and challenging cases.
Our Bristol solicitors have experience of handling injury claims in all areas of medical negligence as well as having access to a global network of medical experts. We are ranked in The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners, and listed on independently researched 'Three Best Rated' website.
We are determined to get you the best compensation possible for you and your family’s future.
You can feel confident that your claim is being handled by a highly experienced team.
Your claim won’t incur a fee if you’re not awarded compensation.
Let us amplify your voice as you campaign for change.
M +44 (0) 7515 196 725
D +44 (0) 117 945 3012
M +44 (0) 7920 453 171
D +44 (0) 117 930 7597
23-06-2022 / Insurance
We are delighted to announce that Dan Crockford has recently been appointed as Head of Office for Ince (Bristol).
Cancer and coronavirus; the ‘C words’ that no one wants to hear. Both causing millions of deaths across the globe and both with their own issues on how to screen, treat or prevent effectively.
Why do so many more Black women in the UK die in pregnancy and childbirth?
Frances Wright, Clinical Negligence Specialist Solicitor at Ince Metcalfes explains Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES), and how the rare and devastating condition can be prevented if recognised quickly.
Ince Metcalfes' Clinical Negligence team hosted a charity quiz night for Cerebral Palsy Plus (CPP); a Bristol-based charity working with children and adults with Cerebral Palsy, their families and their care where Frances Wright, Managing Associate in the Clinical Negligence team is the Chair of Trustees.
Recent analysis by Prostate Cancer UK has identified that deaths from prostate cancer have exceeded 12,000 in one year for the first time. From this, they predicted that prostate cancer will overtake breast cancer as the UK’s most diagnosed cancer in 10 years’ time.
January 20 – 26 is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. Research by Cancer Research UK found that cervical cancer comprises 2% of all new cancer cases in women, and it is the 14th most common cancer among women in the UK.
Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) is a rare condition that can have devastating consequences for the sufferer if not diagnosed and treated quickly.
In England there are around 123,000 cases of sepsis a year with around 37,000 patients sadly passing away as a result of the condition.
One third of people in the UK who have been diagnosed with diabetes do not receive the ‘eight care processes’ recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). These processes ensure that people living with diabetes are monitored closely to prevent their condition from getting worse and leading to further complications.
This month we have been considering medical negligence claims which relate to either a delay in treatment, misdiagnosis or the mismanagement of an eye problem.
Glaucoma is an eye condition that is caused when the optic nerve that connects your eye to your brain becomes damaged. The damage is caused when the fluid in the eye does not drain properly which results in increased pressure inside the eye, and on the optic nerve.
In our last article we explained what vascular disease was and the different types of vascular disease that can occur. The most common type of vascular disease is Peripheral Artery Disease (or PAD).
The consequences of missing a spinal fracture can be extremely serious, particularly with C1 and C2 fractures where the main aim of treatment is to stabilise the spine.
One third of people in the UK who have been diagnosed with diabetes do not receive the ‘eight care processes’ recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
All fields marked * are mandatory