Jason Brady

Jason is an expert medical negligence solicitor with more than 20 years of experience.

At Blackwater Law, Jason leads the team as well as manages the firm’s most complex and high-value cases. This often includes cases relating to traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, and complex birth injuries – where the impact on individuals and their families is profound.

Jason understands the sensitivity surrounding complex medical negligence claims and adjusts his methods of communication accordingly to ensure the client is always aware of what is happening with the claim. Jason is also well versed in managing claims whereby the individual may have limited capacity and those acting as Litigation Friends on the claimant’s behalf.

Jason’s experience in his field is such that although there initially may seem to be no claim to pursue, his expertise will uncover incidents that result in a successful claim being made.

Jason is praised by clients for being compassionate, and patient, providing excellent advice and working tirelessly to build the strongest legal case on their behalf.

Specialist Areas

Jason’s extensive experience has resulted in him being recognised and accredited by a number of industry organisations. The Legal 500 – an independent directory of the UK’s top law firms, recognises Jason as a ‘Leading Individual’ within the South East region.

Jason is also an accredited member of the Law Society Clinical Negligence panel. He is also a ‘Senior Litigator,’ recognised by APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers). Jason is also an Accredited Clinical Negligence Specialist, recognised by APIL. He is also recognised as a specialist in dealing with head injury claims by Headway – the brain injury, association.

Blackwater Law medical negligence solicitors acted for Mr L in a medical negligence claim in the High Court after he was misdiagnosed. The misdiagnosis meant he went on to suffer a serious stroke-causing life-limiting disability.

Jason's Client

Jason Brady was really good, he supported me through the whole entire process.

Catherine Gray, featured in the video above

Jason Brady's articles

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