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I am a solicitor in the Medical Negligence team in Leeds.
My caseload is varied and includes claims against GPs, hospital trusts and private doctors. I act on behalf of clients pursuing claims arising from:
I also help families who have lost loved ones as a result of inappropriate treatment, as well as dealing with obstetric cases involving birth injuries, maternal injuries and stillbirth.
I chose a career in law because I wanted to help people and really make a difference.
Working in clinical negligence, I frequently deal with people who feel let down by clinicians they trusted and who have not been given adequate explanations about the treatment they have received. One of the most rewarding aspects of my job is being able to secure answers and explanations for my clients so that they can understand and come to terms with what happened to them or their loved ones.
I understand that bringing a claim can be a very daunting prospect and for the majority of my clients, it is more about getting answers rather than compensation. I find being part of this process both challenging and rewarding.
I enjoy working at Irwin Mitchell because it gives me the opportunity to work alongside specialists who are recognised leaders in the field. As a firm, we have a significant amount of resource which means that we can go the 'extra mile' for our clients and offer services such as our Client Liaison Managers, to ensure that clients are getting all that they are entitled to on a statutory basis. At Irwin Mitchell we focus on every client as an individual and do our best to help on a day to day basis, whatever the final outcome of the case.
Away from the office, I enjoy going to the gym, reading, eating out, cooking/baking and travelling. My goal is to visit at least one capital city a year.
“We are delighted to be working with some fantastic health organisations and charities to delivering this service to the community in Leeds for the first time; offering those who attend the event the opportunity to receive free health checks and advice.
“We hope the Health Awareness Day will offer the local community a chance to come along and learn more about a range of health issues.
“It can sometimes be difficult to come to terms with health problems and approach medical professionals for advice on general health and lifestyle. However, this informal event will provide people with the opportunity to come along and learn more about different conditions and other related issues.”
“We are proud to support The Encephalitis Society to help them celebrate their 21st year.
"Over the years we have represented many clients who have suffered Encephalitis and seen the devastating impact the condition can have on not only their lives but also their families and loved ones.
“The Encephalitis Society is a wonderful organisation which through its work raises awareness, educates and supports those who have been affected by Encephalitis and their families. We are pleased to be able to show our support in any way we can and help the charity achieve its goals to raise awareness about this life changing condition.”
Maureen’s entire family are understandably very distressed by their loss and have asked us to investigate whether Maureen’s death could have been avoided if appropriate and timely treatment had been provided.
“We would like to thank the Coroner for taking the time to investigate the circumstances surrounding Maureen’s death. We will continue to investigate the processes and procedures used at the hospital as Maureen’s family are keen to ensure that lessons are learnt so that no other families have to lose their loved ones in such tragic circumstances.”
The past year has been horrendous for the family and for them to hear that John’s death was completely avoidable has left them devastated once again.
“The incident raises a number of issues which the Trust needs to ensure it addresses in terms of observations of patients and training for its staff so that the same thing cannot happen in future.
“The Trust has carried out an internal investigation and made a number of recommendations in respect of treatment to be provided going forwarded; the family are keen to ensure that these recommendations are implemented.”