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I joined Irwin Mitchell in 2017 as a solicitor on the asbestos-related claims team in London. I have over six years of experience specialising in industrial disease claims and I pride myself in being able to navigate the complex issues that can arise in these types of cases.
I tackle complicated cases head-on, getting the best outcome for people and families who've been affected by industrial related disease. I'm approachable, empathetic, and am happy to visit clients out of office hours if needed.
My successful achievements have led me to understand the pain and suffering of losing a loved one and I work hard with all my clients to make sure they get the assistance and care they require.
I was inspired to become a lawyer to use my voice to make a difference to people’s lives and our society. I want to empower and support people to find their own voice.
It's rewarding to play a role in helping families rebuild their lives after a tragic loss of a loved one and it's empowering to assist them every step of the way to make sure their needs are taken care of.
I enjoy working with a team of passionate people who are fun and interesting. Irwin Mitchell offers a supportive work environment with opportunities to get involved in extracurricular activities, like the Irwin Mitchell Choir, and take part in charitable initiatives to support our community.
I'm passionate about music and play the piano, violin, ukulele and sing. I also love cooking, exploring and travelling.
"I wanted to tell you how grateful I am for the considerate and sensitive way you handled my case. The excellent result of the claim gives me peace of mind for the future and you helped make this happen. It was always a pleasure to talk to you. I always felt able to contact you and I thank you for your patience when I was a little fraught at the eleventh hour."- Widow of Deceased Client
“Richard was a huge personality who had a great impact on his local community and two years on from his death his family remain devastated by their loss.
“They are desperate for answers as to how he came into contact with asbestos and we would be hugely grateful to anyone who may have information regarding the material in relation to Potton Timber and Engineering. Any detail no matter how small could make a major difference to this case.”
“While many of the cases we are involved in are related to those who have been directly exposed to asbestos during their working lives, instances when family members have had ‘secondary’ exposure are sadly not uncommon.
“From our initial investigations we believe that there is a possibility that Joan’s illness may have been caused by contact with her first husband’s work clothes, so would be keen to hear from anyone who could shed light on whether his role at Tilbury Docks could have caused asbestos exposure.
“We would be hugely grateful to anyone who can help, as any information could prove key to getting this family justice.”
“This is sadly yet another terrible case which highlights the tragic impact that asbestos exposure can have, with Roy developing a particularly aggressive form of mesothelioma many years after his contact with the material is thought to have occurred.
“We are determined to help Roy’s family get answers about the condition which led to his death and as part of our work would appreciate more details regarding whether he was exposed to asbestos at this employer. If anyone would be able to help us it would be hugely appreciated.”
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