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Hutton’s are ranked in the top tier for areas of law such as clinical negligence and criminal litigation according to respected legal publications such as Chambers and Legal 500.
Our specialist memberships include the Law Society Panels for Clinical Negligence, Criminal Litigation, VHCC (Very High Cost cases – i.e. serious criminal cases such as white collar crime, murder and fraud), Advanced Family Law, Children and Collaborative Law.
We are referral members of AVMA (Action for Victims of Medical Accidents).
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Mistakes happen, its a fact of life. But if the misake happens in the course of your medical and dental treatment it could leave you seriously injured and possibly unable to work.
We have some of the best clinical negligence lawyers in Wales who have recovered millions of pounds in compensation for our clients.
CALL US today to arrange a FREE initial consultation with one of our specialists. We'll assess your case and discuss our 'no win no fee' scheme.
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Hutton's achieves multiple firm rankings in Legal 500
Legal 500 is the most authoritative guide to the UK legal profession compiled from feedbck from clients and other members of the legal profession.In addition to its top tier ranking in Crime, Fraud and Licensing it is also recommended for Commercial Litigation, Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Family Law, Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate and in the new category of Contentious Trusts and Probate. Several of Hutton's lawyers are singled out for special mention. Here are some of the comments made by Legal 500:
"At Hutton's name partner Stuart Hutton has a longstanding reputation in the region for handling complex criminal matters, including murder, fraud and regulatory cases. He led on four murder cases in 2012."
"Tim Musgrave at Hutton's is held in the highest regard by peers, professionals and clients. His caseload is varied, and includes high value amputations, missed cancer diagnosis, and child and adult brain injury matters."
In the category of family law: "Collaborative lawyer Gerard Griffiths heads the team at Huttons. Solicitor Rosalyn Beaton handles complex care cases."
"Trusts expert... Clare Strowbridge is a delight to work with."
Hutton's wins Welsh Law Firm of the Year 2013 award
After winning the award of UK Asset Sales Law Firm of the Year, 2012, Hutton's was delighted to also win the Welsh Law Firm of the Year, 2013 award.
Founder partner, Stuart Hutton, said "The greatest reward has always been the appreciation of our clients, but it is important when our efforts are recognised by peers and the business community. The winning of this award must be credited to the hard work and client focus of our staff who follow the firm's philosophy of putting the client at the heart of all we do.'
Hutton’s wins award for UK Asset Sales Law Firm of the Year
Hutton's has been named as UK Asset Sales Law Firm of the Year, 2012 in the prestigious Acquisition International Legal Awards. For more information about our Asset Sales division please contact Clare Strowbridge by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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