Personal injury and clinical negligence
Minimising the time and cost involved in calculating losses in personal injury or clinical negligence claims can help achieve the best outcome for claimants.
Staying on top of a heavy caseload while analysing all the information required to manage a case effectively can be a tricky balancing act for personal injury and clinical negligence lawyers.
On-the-spot advice from a knowledgeable team that not only understands the personal injury and clinical negligence landscape but can also prepare reports and calculate losses to very tight deadlines can be a major benefit for lawyers and clients alike.
We make an initial assessment of any claim and will only charge for our services if instructed.
As one of the few accountancy firms with a dedicated personal injury and clinical negligence team, our experienced forensic accountants offer flexible solutions to suit the needs of both lawyers and their clients.
We can usually complete all calculations within four weeks of receiving the documentation and can accommodate tighter turnaround times if required.
We understand cost is an important factor in personal injury and clinical negligence cases and can provide estimates of costs and work to pre-agreed budgets and timetables, keeping all parties fully aware of our progress throughout the case.
How we can help
- Quantifying losses: Quantifying losses in personal injury and clinical negligence claims, with particular focus on the calculation of loss of earnings and pensions.
- Training: Offering free in-house training courses to help build lawyers’ understanding of loss calculations in personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
- Expert witness: Acting as expert accountants, giving evidence in court if required.
We have over 20 years’ experience working with lawyers on cases requiring forensic accounting input, including preparing reports and quantifying losses in personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
Our team comprises ACA qualified forensic accountants who regularly provide lectures to lawyers’ associations and individual firms of solicitors on personal injury and clinical negligence issues. We are regular sponsors of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.