Manchester based law firm AWH Solicitors are introducing two additional specialisms to their practice.
Medical Negligence and Industrial Disease claims will be readily taken on following AWH’s recent acquisition of Roberts Jackson, which was one of the country’s leading Industrial Disease specialists.
Current areas of Expertise
AWH Solicitors currently deal with Housing Disrepair, Immigration Law, Family Law, Employment Law, Conveyancing, HPI Claims and Personal Injury.
The additional areas of specialty are welcomed by AWH Solicitors, who recognise the growing importance of both due to a nationwide rise in Medical Negligence and Industrial Disease cases.
The two new departments will broaden the firm’s current reach, offering guidance and support to a wider range of people in the Greater Manchester area.
Medical Negligence Claims
In the area of Medical Negligence, client claims for the following will be welcomed;
- Incorrect treatment or medication
- Wrongly executed surgery
- Ignorance of symptoms
- Delay in treatment
- Dentistry faults
Industrial Disease Claims
Clients will also have access to Industrial Disease specialists - who focus on disease or illness as a result of work environment - will deal with claims such as the following;
- Hearing loss
- Asbestos-related illness
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Exposure to hazardous substances
Both of these lists are non-exhaustive, and additional examples of Medical Negligence or Industrial Disease claims which will be handled by AWH Solicitors can be found on their website.
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