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Anne Brundell



I am a solicitor in the Medical Negligence team in Sheffield. I qualified in September 2014, having previously spent 16 months in the team as a trainee solicitor.

I handle my own caseload which encompasses a wide variety of medical negligence claims involving delays in diagnosis of cancer, errors made during surgery, injuries caused during childbirth and cases of stillbirth. I also deal with cases where a patient has sadly died as a result of negligent treatment by their GP or at hospital.

In addition to this, I assist senior members of the team with complex and high value cases, often where the negligence has resulted in the need for an amputation or a significant brain injury.

What Inspired You To Get Into Law?

I initially became interested in a legal career following the death of my stepfather due to mesothelioma. Seeing how his compensation award made a difference to my family, made me want to pursue a career where I could help those who have been injured as a result of negligence.

I specialised in medical negligence because I like the challenge of looking into complex medical issues and working out how the legal tests apply in each case.

What Is The Most Rewarding Aspect Of Your Role?

I enjoy helping clients through what is often a very difficult period in their lives. Being able to provide clients with some financial security and being able to answer their questions about what happened drives me to do the best for my clients. Knowing that I have achieved a successful outcome for my client is immensely rewarding.

What Do You Like About Working At Irwin Mitchell?

At Irwin Mitchell, I am surrounded by a large team of talented and experienced medical negligence lawyers. Everyone I work with really cares about their clients and strives to achieve the best possible outcome in every case.

What Do You Do Away From The Office?

In my spare time I enjoy travelling to new places, reading and countryside walks. I lived in France for a year while I was at university, so I have a nostalgic love for all things French, including wine, cheese and French cinema!

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  • 14/05/2018
    Lawyers And Charities Team Up For Leicestershire Health Awareness Day

    As a national law firm we are committed to getting out and about and engaging with communities across the UK and events like this are a great opportunity to do just that. “We are really looking forward to the event in Coalville and are excited that we will be joined by a host of charities on the day who carry out amazing work in helping people. With a range of expertise on hand, it is sure to be a great opportunity to get advice and support on an array of issues.”

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  • 27/02/2017
    42-Year-Old Had Stillborn Daughter After Medics Gave Inappropriate Care Because She Did Not Look Her Age

    “The loss of Ava has been devastating for Rebecca, David and their families, and their pain has been compounded by knowing that had Rebecca been referred for consultant-led care in line with hospital and national guidelines, little Ava would likely be alive today. “With so many chances to identify Rebecca’s age, there should have been plenty of opportunities to correct her care plan. It is clear in this case that she, David and Ava were incredibly and irrevocably let down. “We welcome the Trust’s decision to accept its failings and spare Rebecca and David the pain of reliving their ordeal through protracted legal action. And we hope that the recommendations from the Trust’s own review will prevent another family having to go through a similar tragedy. “Of course this sadly comes all too late for Rebecca and David but they now hope every opportunity will be taken to learn lessons from Ava’s tragic loss.”

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  • 06/04/2016
    Newborn Baby Died After Missed Opportunity to Request Caesarean Section

    “Clara and Mark have been through a traumatic ordeal and they have both been left devastated after losing Delilah. “We had a number of concerns about the care that Clara received at the Leicester General Hospital over the two days, including the delays in obtaining a reliable record of the baby’s heart rate, problems with communication between staff and delays in making the decision for a caesarean section. “We are pleased that the Coroner has reached this conclusion and has confirmed what the family has suspected – that mistakes were made and that Delilah would have survived had such mistakes not been made.”

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  • 11/11/2015
    Newborn Baby Died After Catalogue of Errors by Maternity Staff

    “Clara and Mark have been through a traumatic ordeal and they have both been left devastated after losing Delilah. “We are concerned about a number of aspects of Clara and Delilah’s care which have been highlighted in the Trust’s report, such as the quality and consistency of fetal monitoring and the delay in taking Clara for a caesarean section. “Clara’s pregnancy was classed as high risk due to her ulcerative colitis and her previous premature deliveries and she made sure that staff were aware of this. Clara should have been taken for a caesarean section much earlier to ensure a safe delivery. With appropriate care and a timely delivery, Delilah would have survived. "Now that the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust has admitted fault, we hope that action will be taken as soon as possible to ensure that the recommendations are taken into consideration. We hope that the Trust learns from its mistakes to ensure that future deaths can be prevented.”

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