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Kenneth is a Specialist Clinical Negligence Solicitor acting exclusively for claimants. He is instructed in all aspects of clinical negligence work. His day-to-day work includes advising clients on relevant principles of law, investigating a claim from its early stages (reviewing medical records and compiling evidence) right through to pursuing the case in Court and negotiating settlement.
Kenneth grew up in Oldham and attended Our Lady’s RC High School in Royton. He went on to study Law at Oxford University before spending a year working at Manchester Magistrates Court.
Kenneth joined the firm in 2006 as a Residential Conveyancing Executive before undertaking his training contract and qualifying as a solicitor in September 2010. Kenneth has previously worked in our Employment Department on a varied caseload of advisory and litigation matters which provided him with extensive and vital experience.
Kenneth is focused on ensuring that his clients receive a first class service. He has a reputation for acting in the best interests of his clients and a proven track record of success. Kenneth values an honest and frank approach whilst maintaining genuine warmth when dealing with his clients.
His interesting recent cases include:
- Wrongful birth with gross recovery of £1.15m in damages
- Failure to provide anticoagulant cover to a patient with atrial fibrillation resulting in avoidable stroke
- Delayed diagnosis of metastatic cancer
- Failure to diagnose deep vein thrombosis leading to the development of pulmonary embolism
- Negligent management of status epilepticus resulting in death
- Unnecessary arthrotomy resulting in extensive scarring
- Negligent subclavian artery stent insertion resulting in arterial damage and claudicating pain
- Failure to diagnose rotator cuff tear resulting in delayed treatment and prolonged pain and suffering
- Negligent management following kidney transplant surgery
- Failure to diagnose cancer resulting in delayed palliative treatment
- Negligent nursing management of pressure sores resulting in infection and death
- Negligent midwifery and obstetric care resulting in still birth and psychological damage