MEDICOLEGAL PRACTICE

PERSONAL INJURY REPORTS

Miss Banks currently deals with personal injury litigation only. Reports are commissioned by the claimant's solicitors, defence/insurance company and solicitors (occasionally on a joint basis).

Most cases are dealt with a single report.

Louisa is happy to prepare reports on:

• minor head injuries
• whiplash related disorders
• long bone fractures (humerus, radius and ulna, femur, tibia and fibula)

• shoulder injuries
• elbow injuries
• distal radius fractures
• wrist ligament injuries
• scaphoid and other carpal bone fractures
• hand and finger injuries including amputations.
• tendon injuries
• simple pelvic/coccygeal fractures
• hip fractures and injuries to elderly patients
• knee injuries
• ankle fractures and sprains
• foot injuries
• soft tissue injuries and infections
• injuries complicated by complex regional pain syndrome
• carpal and cubital tunnel syndrome
• lifting injuries
• alleged work-related upper limb disorders

LOCATION

Claimants are seen in Kinmel Bay Community Resource Centre (the Town Hall) usually on Wednesdays. 

 

Ample parking

 

Wheelchair access

 

All examinations are fully chaperoned

 

The waiting time for appointments is usually 4-6 weeks, although we can usually accommodate urgent appointments.


Reports comply with the current CPR legislation.

 

Miss Baks is indemnified for medicolegal work by the Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland Ltd

 

Mr Clay is  a Doctor registered with the General Medical Council but as he has retired from hospital work as a surgeon  he no longer maintains a Licence to  Practice and is unable to offer any form of treatment.

 

DOMICILLARY VISITS: Mr Clay will accept instructions to visit claimants who are unable to leave their home.

Terms and conditions available on request.

MEDICOLEGAL PRACTICE

PERSONAL INJURY REPORTS

Miss Banks currently deals with personal injury litigation only. Reports are commissioned by the claimant's solicitors, defence/insurance company and solicitors (occasionally on a joint basis).

Most cases are dealt with a single report.

Miss Banks is happy to prepare reports on:

• Minor head injuries
• Whiplash related disorders
• Long bone fractures (humerus, radius and ulna, femur, tibia and fibula)

• Shoulder injuries
• Elbow injuries
• Distal radius fractures
• Wrist ligament injuries
• Scaphoid and other carpal bone fractures
• Hand and finger injuries including amputations.
• Tendon injuries
• Simple pelvic/coccygeal fractures
• Hip fractures and injuries to elderly patients
• Knee injuries
• Ankle fractures and sprains
• Foot injuries
• Soft tissue injuries and infections
• Injuries complicated by complex regional pain syndrome
• Carpal and cubital tunnel syndrome
• Lifting injuries
• Alleged work-related upper limb disorders

Terms and conditions available on request.

The waiting time for appointments is usually 4-6 weeks, although we can usually accommodate urgent appointments.


Reports comply with the current CPR legislation.

 

Miss Banks is indemnified for medicolegal work by the Medical Protection Society.

LOCATION

Claimants are seen in Kinmel Bay Community Resource Centre (the Town Hall) usually on Wednesdays. 

 

Ample parking.

 

Wheelchair access.

The Community Resource Centre is off Foryd Rd.

See maps below.

Telephone number: 01745 355 899

Please note that these premises are currently closed due to coronovirus. Alternative arrangements can be considered.

DOMICILIARY VISITS

Miss Banks will accept instructions to visit claimants who are unable to leave their home.

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