Kelly Morris

Legal Executive


I am a Chartered Legal Executive in the Medical Negligence department, specialising in clinical negligence claims.  

I have experience of handling a variety of cases in which negligence has resulted in orthopaedic injuries, gynaecological injuries, delays in diagnosis and treatment of cancer, injuries sustained during surgery, stillbirth and death.

What Inspired You To Get Into Law?

I knew before I left school that I wanted a career in the law and so I joined the Personal Injury Department at Irwin Mitchell, where I gained broad experience in the different types of personal injury claims, before accepting a post in the Medical Negligence team. I have never looked back since. 

What Is The Most Rewarding Aspect Of Your Role? 

Every case is unique and it is very rewarding to see the difference that compensation you have helped secure can make to an individual and their family.   

What Do You Like About Working At Irwin Mitchell?

Having the opportunity to work within such a highly specialist area of the law and with colleagues who are committed to using their expertise to advise and support clients through their difficult and traumatic experience.

What Do You Do Away From The Office?

Spending time with my family and friends. I also enjoy horse riding, walking in the Peak District and generally trying to keep fit.

Read My Comments On The Latest News

  • 18/11/2014
    Settlement For Young Girl After Missed Opportunity To Treat Brain Tumour

    Talia has been through so much from such a young age. Not only has she had the trauma of dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of a brain tumour, but she has also found out that all of this could have happened three years earlier had it been spotted on the original MRI scans. “Due to the delay in diagnosis the tumour was allowed to grow and has left Talia suffering from abnormal eye movements, meaning she has to physically move her head across the page to read. She also had three years of unnecessary suffering while they tried to diagnose her problem as well as being left needing further surgery for the cosmetic issues. “Although liability of the case was never admitted or denied we managed to secure a settlement for Talia which will hopefully allow her to live as normal a life as possible in the future.”

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