Specialist legal services to support you after injury, medical negligence or major trauma.

We understand that suffering from an illness or injury can be life changing. It can be even more devastating when it is no fault of your own. If you have suffered injury through someone else’s negligence, then we can help you receive the best possible compensation, as well as provide the support you need to rebuild your life.

You may have suffered injury due to negligent medical care or you could have suffered injury or illness as a result of your workplace environment. Alternatively, you may have suffered a serious injury as a result of an accident or due to negligent medical care that was no fault of your own.

Whatever difficulties you face – accident, disability or illness – we can act on your behalf, liaising with your local health trust or authority to ensure you receive the best possible support. As well as helping you cope with day to day practicalities, we will help maximise the quality of your everyday life.

At Moore Barlow, we have some of the best solicitors in the country who can act on your behalf if you have suffered due to negligent medical care, serious injury or major trauma. We will fight hard on your behalf to secure the compensation you deserve and help you access the health and social care services you need.

With a team of highly renowned solicitors that have dealt with some of the most high value and complex claims and secured compensation for thousands of clients, you can rest assured that with us you are in the best possible hands.

We have offices in Southampton, London, Richmond, Guildford, Lymington and Woking and are ideally placed to offer specialist advice and support on a local and national level.

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NHS Resolution annual report and accounts summary

Rheannie Madden


This summary outlines the new indemnity schemes and clinical negligence cases handled by NHS Resolution. It includes the new measures undertaken in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The full report can be viewed here: NHS Resolution Annual Report and Accounts 2019/20 which details the performance and future plans of the NHS. New Indemnity Schemes 2019/2020 […]

Clinical negligence

Case study

Significant Facial Injuries as a result of a road traffic collision

Hannah Nelmes


Our client sustained serious facial injuries from approximately 60 fragments of glass in a serious road traffic collision. The emergency services were called and our client was taken by ambulance to A&E where she was advised by doctors that she had sustained nerve damage to part of her face and associated facial weakness above her […]

Personal injury

Case study

Amputee secures six figure settlement at JSM

Matthew Claxson


Our client during the course of his work suffered a partial amputation to two of his fingers. His employer’s Insurer admitted primary liability but alleged contributory negligence. Matthew Claxson, partner in the serious injury team act acted on behalf of the brave client whose case we settled at a contested Joint Settlement Meeting. The Insurers […]

Personal injury | serious injury


The Cumberlege report: informed consent revisited

Deborah Powlesland


Last week saw the publication of “First Do No Harm”, a review led by former junior health Minister Baroness Julia Cumberlege, which explains the way our healthcare system responded to reports of harmful side effects from: hormone pregnancy tests the drug sodium valproate given during pregnancy and pelvic mesh implants. The review suggests a number […]

Clinical negligence