Mr Sameer Singh

Trauma and Orthopaedics, November 2006

Royal College of Surgeons England, April 2000

University of London, June 1995

BSc Psychology
University of London, June 1992

  • Consultant Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon at Bedford Hospital NHS Trust
  • Specialist in upper limb disorders
  • Expert Witness since 2008 - over 200 instructions per year
  • Personal Injury - all aspects of trauma (bone and soft tissue) and whiplash injuries
  • Medical Negligence - general trauma and upper limb disorders
  • Instructions on behalf of either claimant or defendant
  • Appointments usually available within 7-10 days
  • Home visits are possible - will travel up to 50 miles
  • Medco Certified


Mr Sameer Singh is an experienced expert witness in personal injury and medical negligence cases relating to his specialist areas of expertise. These include:

  • All aspects of trauma – soft tissue and bone injuries
  • Sports and work injuries
  • Upper and lower limb disorders and injuries
  • Whiplash injuries

Mr Singh can take instructions for cases on behalf of either claimant or defendant. Mr Singh produces clear unbiased reports based on the evidence to assist the courts.

He is a member of the Expert Witness Institute and has undertaken Bond Solan training to ensure his skill are up to date and satisfy the necessary requirement of acting as an expert witness.

Mr Singh has been acting as an expert witness since 2008 and currently completes around 200 medico legal reports per year. His high quality reports - turnaround usually within 10 days from receipt of all relevant information - provide an accurate prognosis based on analysing the available evidence without prejudice.

Mr Singh has extending his training of Doctors to provide education to solicitors with regards to orthopaedic trauma and the medico legal consequences.

Clients can be seen in clinic locations in Harley Street ( London ), Bedford and Milton Keynes with appointments usually being available within 7 to 10 days. Home visits can be arranged within a distance of 50 miles.