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Why choose Enable Law?
Enable Law is one of the UK’s leading specialist medical negligence, personal injury and mental capacity law firms. Our team of over 80 individuals aims to provide a high quality service in a friendly and approachable way. We work for clients across the UK and have offices in seven locations across the South West, South Coast and London.
Friendly and approachable, straightforward and constructive in our advice, our clients can count on us in good times and bad. We aim to be caring and supportive in the service we provide to you.
“The firm is excellent and has a very progressive approach. Its service cannot be faulted.”
“Their knowledge of the particular topics is excellent, and they balance a professional approach with kindness and compassion to clients who may have had very painful and traumatic experiences.”
We are passionate about providing you with a service which embodies the values that make us different:
Genuine – our team comes from diverse backgrounds, however we are all united by a desire to help you achieve the best result from your claim. Making a claim isn’t about money – it’s about putting your life back together.
Expert – we have years of experience working in this field and getting the best results for our clients. Members of our teams are accredited by the Law Society, AvMA, STEP and APIL. We are also recognised by charities such as Headway, CBIT, and the SIA for our work.
Supportive – bringing a claim can be a burden to the victim and their family, which is why we work with our clients to lighten that load. Sometimes just knowing that someone is fighting your corner makes all the difference.
What is Clinical Negligence?
Clinical negligence, also known as medical negligence, is when you suffer an injury (physical or psychiatric) as a result of substandard medical treatment. This treatment may be provided privately or on the NHS by a range of medical professionals, such as GPs, hospital staff, community nurses, dentists etc.
What is a Group Action/Group Litigation?
Group Litigations are where a number of individuals with similar claims, arising from similar circumstances (and usually agai...
How do you prove a claim?
In order to prove a medical negligence claim, there are two tests that we must apply. First, we must show that the medical ...
How much compensation will I receive?
Every claimant’s circumstances are different, depending on the type of injury sustained and how the injury may have aff...
Will my claim be successful?
To succeed with a clinical negligence claim we need to establish both breach of duty and causation. We need to show that the ...
How much will it cost me to bring a claim? How will I be able to fund my claim?
Clients are often worried about making a claim because of what it might cost. Concerns about the cost should not put you off ...