Mark Harvey said -
There are two problems that bother me. The first is in relation to your concerns about the success rates of solicitors. In keeping with many specialist firms probably as many as 30 to 40% of the new enquiries that we receive we do have to reject and more often than not they are cases which had the clinicians spent the time explaining the adverse outcome to the patient would not have resulted in an enquiry anyway. Of the remaining cases that we take through we believe that our success rate is as good as anyones. That is through proper risk assessment which I do think is completely distinct from cherry picking.