The Man Under the Clapham Omnibus

AVMA ‘Action for Victims of Medical Accidents’ was established in 1982 as a charity to help injured patients seeking help, guidance and justice. The story of the growth and success of this remarkable organisation is told by its first chief executive Arnold Simanowitz, who retired in 2002, having been awarded an OBE.

Today the establishment is still flourishing as AvMA ‘Action against Medical Accidents’ committed to providing medical legal advice and support to thousands of ordinary people affected by medical accidents. Its extraordinary achievements and complex hurdles overcome in its mission for patient safety and justice are commendable.

‘The Man Under the Clapham Omnibus’ – the ordinary man – can be assured ‘quality care’ from this important national organisation. Truly inspirational.

To order your copy please send a cheque for £11.99 plus £3.50 P&P (£15.49 total) made payable to ‘AvMA’ to Vicki Norman, Action against Medical Accidents, Freedman House, Christopher Wren Yard, 117 High Street, Croydon CR0 1QG or email us confirming your name and the delivery address.
If you prefer to pay by BACS, our bank details are:
Co-operative Bank plc
Sort Code: 08-92-99
Account No: 65583630
Account Name: Action against Medical Accidents
If paying by BACS, please email us with your name and the delivery address, confirming that you have paid by BACS.