GMS Law | Norwich Solicitors

Asbestos Claims

Asbestos claims for mesothelioma, asbestosis, pleural thickening and lung cancer

Medical Negligence

Medical Negligence claims for GP, Hospital and Dental mistakes.

Personal Injury

Work Related Accident, been hurt whilst on holiday, road traffic accident or hurt from using a defective product or service.

Business Litigation

Breach of contract, unpaid debts, medication and employment law.


Damaged reputation in business or in personal life.

Professional Negligence

Mistakes made by Solicitors, Financial Advisors, Accountants, Surveyors and Banks.

Motoring Compensation

Car and bike accidents, passenger and pedestrian claims – more than 95% of our cases are successful.

Private Clients

Wills and Probate, Divorce and Family Law, Employment issues, Dispute and Court work.

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Latest blog posts


Which 50 things could you do to help Break Charity?

We find out more about the Break 50 Challenge and take a look back at GMS Law’s most recent fundraising party Break Charity turns 50 this year and to celebrate the anniversary, the Norfolk charity is  asking fundraisers to carry out a challenge with a ‘50’ theme. From running 50 miles to walking 1 mile a day for 50 days, or even baking 50 cupcakes – they’d love to hear about any fundraising ideas relating to the big 5 0. We’re already feeling inspired by the challenges we’ve heard of so far. Jackson Williams of Tower Fitness will be taking on the momentous – and possibly insane – challenge to run […]

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Undercover Surveillance on Clinical Negligence Claimants on the Rise

The use of private detectives to follow potential Claimants who sue the NHS for compensation is on the rise. A record of 55 surveillance operations were authorised in 2016 – 2017 up from 24 in 2013 -2014. The purpose of obtaining the covert surveillance evidence in Clinical Negligence Claims is to attempt to show that the Claimant’s injuries or on-going disabilities are less than what they are claiming, or that they are inconsistent with the Claimant’s evidence.  So obtaining surveillance evidence is an additional expense being incurred by the NHS (the Government) to try and avoid paying out on Claims even where they accept that the patient received negligence treatment. […]

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