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"I would like to say a huge thank you to Michelle Halsal for her prompt and professional service. I have enjoyed talking to her on the phone, she is very clear and always quick to return your call if she is not in when you phone. I would recommend others to her and Moore Blatch as a company. "

"Excellent throughout. "

"Thanks to Francesca Terry and all staff for a job well done. Time saved and a good business reply and relationship. My accident injury case was handled very well within a good space of time and also done well. I will recommend you and even use you again if need be. "

"I would like to thank Mr Simon Pimlott who was excellent. "

"Please accept my sincere thanks for all your hard work in achieving this successful result and for the professional, efficient and friendly manner with which you dealt with me at all times. Your care and attention were much appreciated. "

Brachial plexus

The brachial plexus are the complex network of nerves that radiate from the spinal cord through the shoulder and armpit to the chest, arms and hands. There can be many causes of a brachial plexus injury including:

  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Clinical negligence
  • Road accidents

Whatever the cause of this type of injury, the outcome is the same, limited or complete loss of use of a hand or arm, lack of sensation, or deformity. Our team of specialist lawyers understand how to prove both fault and the appropriate level of damages for the injuries associated with brachial plexus trauma.

Moore Blatch typically advises clients on a no fee, no win basis. In birth injury cases relating to medical negligence, you may be eligible for Legal Aid. In any case, you will keep all the compensation we recover on your behalf, and our firm will facilitate the costs necessary to investigate and present your claim at our own risk.

Collaboration With Medical Experts Can Make the Winning Difference

We work with distinguished medical specialists who can provide a detailed report of the causal factors and the continuing consequences of a brachial plexus injury in any form — Klumpke’s palsy, Erb’s palsy, or any of several birth injuries related to shoulder dystocia.

Uniquely Qualified to Handle Your Claim

At Moore Blatch, many of the solicitors on our team formerly as worked doctors, nurses or midwives and understand these situations from both the medical and the legal standpoints. Our entire team is knowledgeable of the investigation process and techniques used to gather evidence in a personal injury claim.

Please contact the solicitors at our firm to arrange a meeting or to discuss your case. Initial consultations are free of charge. Phone 0800 157 7611 to book a consultation. Our offices are located in London and Southampton and we serve clients throughout all of England and Wales.