Clinical Negligence: new head of department appointed
Sternberg Reed are very pleased to announce that Dr Darren Conway PhD has accepted the role of Head of our Clinical Negligence department. He is based in our Barking office.
Darren qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and has considerable experience of clinical negligence claims, having trained and worked for a leading niche practice in London, and subsequently for both a national and international firm specialising in the field of medical negligence.
Before Darren qualified as a solicitor, he had a career as a molecular geneticist, during which he obtained a PhD. He worked in medical research in both London and Philadelphia.
Since retraining as a lawyer he has specialised in acting for adults and children who have suffered negligently caused injuries.
You can see more about Darren here https://www.sternberg-reed.co.uk/news/our-people/medical-negligence/dr-darren-conway-phd/
As a result of Darren’s background in molecular genetics, he has a particular interest in more complex claims for clinical negligence. This includes those children who have suffered devastating injuries, including Cerebral Palsy, during and at about the time of their birth. He has succeeded in obtaining compensation in cases involving inherited conditions and genetics.
Darren says “I am delighted to accept the role of head of department. The team has considerable experience and I hope that I can harness it to continue to provide our community, and beyond, with the benefit of our collective knowledge and that experience”.
Sternberg Reed’s expert Clinical Negligence team consist of dedicated specialists with many years of experience in pursuing successful claims for medical negligence.
If you think you may have a claim for clinical negligence the please;
Call our Barking office on 0208 591 3366, or
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use our website contact page: https://www.sternberg-reed.co.uk/contact-us/
We can provide a free, defined, no obligation, initial review of your circumstances to see whether or not you may have grounds for a claim.
Our view is that you, or your loved ones, should receive the support they need following proved negligence. We also know that the work on your case can highlight errors so that lessons can be learned and similar situations can be avoided in the future.
Sternberg Reed are your community lawyers.
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