Andrew Davies is a partner in the Hugh James Clinical Negligence Team and has specialised in clinical negligence claims since 1988.
Andrew has handled cases in all areas of clinical negligence during his career. The majority of his time is spent on cases for both children and adults who have suffered brain injury or paralysis as well as cases involving psychiatric injury. He has expertise in pursuing claims arising from negligent gall bladder surgery as well as severe injury cases caused by Compartment Syndrome. His reputation for handling cases sensitively means that he is regularly instructed by families who have suffered fatalities through clinical negligence.
Whilst the majority of his case load involves strongly contested multi million pound claims his focus is upon achieving the right result for his client in the quickest time possible.
Andrew has considerable expertise in legal costs.
Andrew Davies is commended for his “phenomenal attention to detail” when handling “incredibly high-quality work.” He maintains a niche practice in gall bladder injury and compartment syndrome-related cases, as part of his wider clinical negligence caseload
“Andrew Davies is praised as being ‘always on the top of his game – very, very thorough in preparation.’ He is well regarded for brain injury and paralysis cases and has also developed a niche practice in negligent gall bladder surgery and compartment syndrome claims.”
“Highly regarded partner Andrew Davies is known for handling high-value clinical negligence matters. “I would recommend him without hesitation,” said one interviewee.”
“Andrew Davies has particular strength in representing children and adults who have sustained brain injury, paralysis and psychiatric injury. He frequently acts in high-value claims.”
What do you love most about your job?
Improving the quality of life of injured people by delivering the right result at the right time.
What do you like to do outside work?
Football, rugby, gym, kayaking.