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Abi Fletcher

Solicitor

Area of Expertise

  • Clinical negligence

I qualified as a solicitor in 2013, having obtained a first class honours law degree from the College of Law.

I joined Moore Blatch in February 2014 and now have over seven years’ experience conducting clinical negligence claims.

I have a wide range of experience in handling a variety of clinical negligence claims mostly involving serious injury or death. I have experience acting for individuals in high value and complex cases involving delays in diagnosing cancer, birth injuries, general surgery, orthopaedics, and accident and emergency injuries.

Recent successful cases include:

  • Securing a six figure damages award for the husband and daughter of a young woman who died after a failure to diagnose TB

  • A substantial award to a client who suffered facial nerve injury when undergoing eardrum repair.

  • Settling a claim for a young father who had an impaired prognosis and life expectancy as a result of his GP’s failure to refer him to a consultant after abnormal urine test results which were suggestive of chronic kidney disease

  • A number of claims relating to failed knee surgery, including failed arthroscopy and failed ligament reconstructions.  Also claims relating to failed hip surgery, including where impingement was caused by the use of oversized components

  • A six figure settlement award for a young male Claimant who was injured after there was a delay in diagnosing an intraarticular displaced fracture of his thumb; the delay in diagnosis resulted in the development of arthritis in the joint and the Claimant accordingly had severely reduced function in his dominant hand

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