• I am a clinical negligence lawyer and lead our Clinical Negligence team in the Midlands. I am also head of our Birmingham office and I am an NHS Resolution nominated partner. My work involves handling the full range of claims from low-value work, right through to complex catastrophic injury on behalf of the NHS.

    I have run a number of cases to the Court of Appeal including Miah v West Midlands SHA and  the high-profile case of Thompstone v Tameside and Glossop Acute Services NHS Trust, being the leading England and Wales case on indexation of periodical payments.

    In addition to my fee earning responsibilities, I have also run in depth training masterclasses for a number of local West Midlands NHS Trusts on the legal aspects of Midwifery, Obstetrics and Neurosurgery and have been responsible for the firm's response to government consultation on both the Jackson reforms and the discount rate.

    He has a cool, calm and reassuring manner while being very good technically...he's intellectually very sharp and focused and is a clinical negligence expert.

    Chambers, 2021

The team is excellent, approachable and hardworking. The lawyers demonstrate good judgement, intellectual weight and establish a good rapport with clients. Adrian Dagnall has great technical know-how; has a good understanding of NHS operational context as well as being a first-class litigator.

Legal 500, 2021

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