About Peter Flory
"Peter has a wealth of experience dealing with a wide range of clinical negligence and maximum severity persional injury claims. He has conducted cases settled for substantial capital sums and significant periodical payments and has experence of clinical negligence in A&E, orthopaedics, gynaecology, neurosurgery, obstetrics, paediatrics, general surgery and general practice as well as personal injury cases some involving maximum severity acquired brain injury. He represents children and adults with serious birth injuries including kidney damage, developmental amnesia, cerebral and pseudo-bulbar palsy and routinely obtains early large interim payments to fund treatment, care packages and accommodation.
Recent notable cases include three child brain injury cases settled for £5.3, £7.1 and £9.3 Million and a Fatal Accients Case which settled for £275,000.
Peter is Professional Deputy appointed by The Court of Protection in London for a number of children.
Peter has represented a number of families at pre inquest hearings and full inquests where he undertakes his own advocacy and in which he has obtained narrative verdicts at Article 2 compliant inquisitions.
Peter has given presentations on clinical negligence to The Oxford Haematology Group, The Police Federation, and Trade Unions as well as to audiences numbering over 200 doctors, nurses and lawyers in the South East of England. He has also presented material on Medical Law at Masters Level and is a part-time lecturer and mentor on the Legal Practice Course at the University of Westminster.
Peter's client's regard him as being able to 'demonstrate a clear understanding of the extremely distressing and personal details' of individual cases, of 'offering exceptional support, advice and professionalism' and in particular have said of Peter that he is a sensitive' and 'honest solicitor'
Peter has been appointed by the Law Society as an Assessor on the Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme. Peter has undergone training and has now undertaken assessments for both initial accreditation and re-accreditation. This is a prestigious appointment. There was a huge response to recruitment and to have been appointed as an assessor is a real privilege.
In January 2013 Peter was appointed as an APIL accredited clinical negligence specialist and can market himself accordingly. Professional Memberships: Before qualifying as a solicitor he trained and practised as a First Level Registered Nurse in a range of clinical settings. Peter achieved a 2:1 in Law with a First Class in Medicine and Law. He has a Master of Laws Degree in Health Law, is a member of The Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel and is a Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers."