Congratulations to Andrew Cragg on his re-accreditation to the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme.
The Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation recognises specialists in the field of clinical negligence law. In applying for the Clinical Negligence Accreditation through the Law Society, individuals must show that they have achieved the required level of competence and knowledge in the area of law defined by the Law Society. There is a rigorous application process in order to evidence this, to include submitting case studies to prove the relevant experience in progressing sensitive and serious injury cases.
Andrew has been a member of the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme since 11 September 2011. The Law Society requires practitioners to reapply after 3 years so as to be able to prove that practitioners have maintained standards of competency and expertise. This requirement ensures that the Clinical Negligence Accreditation remains a quality mark that a prospective client can trust.
Andrew says “I am very proud to have been re-accredited by the Law Society as a Specialist Clinical Negligence Practitioner which highlights my commitment to patient safety and the investigation of medical treatment in the hope that standards, where necessary, are improved”.Do you need guidance on a clinical negligence matter? Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the team on 0330 0947777.