Medical negligence

Slater and Gordon opens Brighton office

To extend our legal services across the country and to help more people access justice, we have opened an office in Brighton.

02 April 2024

The firm has supported clients in Brighton for many years, with work traditionally being done from its London office, with visits as required by its team – but to be closer to the growing numbers of people and families whose claims it is now handling, we have decided to open a dedicated base.

The office, in the city’s Queensbury House, will enable clients to meet directly with their lawyers in their own community.

Principal lawyer Nisha Sharma and solicitor Megan Laight, both clinical negligence specialists, will be based there, but colleagues from the London office who work in other areas of law including serious injury, family and employment, can attend by appointment.

The Brighton office is the latest in a series of new openings around the country, in response to a growing demand for our legal expertise.

Recently in Brighton, we have become a go-to advisor for individuals and families who have experienced poor standards of care at the scandal-hit Royal Sussex hospital, which is subject to the Operation Bramber police investigation and has been criticised by both the CQC and Royal College of Surgeons in separate recent reports.

“We have worked with clients and families from in and around Brighton for many years, supporting them very successfully from our London office, but now we are on hand for clients whenever they need us,” says Nisha.

“We are very pleased to officially become part of the Brighton community and support people more locally than ever before.

“This is another very exciting step in the development of Slater and Gordon and we look forward to welcoming both existing and new clients from Brighton to our latest office.”

If you'd like to get in touch with our Brighton office, visit here

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