Sarah Pritchard is a clinical negligence specialist. She is regularly instructed by claimants and defendants in cases of the utmost severity, involving birth damage, brain injuries, serious spinal injuries, orthopaedics and opthalmics.
She has extensive experience of dealing with the complex medical, legal and quantum issues involved in all aspects of clinical negligence work and is well used to managing large teams of experts in the course of such litigation.
In her advisory work, Pritchard regularly drafts comprehensive and detailed schedules and counter schedules and has successfully conducted countless roundtable settlement meetings.
She has been instructed to act in numerous inquests and has considerable experience in medical disciplinary tribunals.
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