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I am a solicitor in the Medical Negligence team, based in Birmingham. I trained with one of the largest law firms in the world and qualified in 2006.
I represent clients in a wide variety of areas including:
I have always been intolerant of injustice and so a career in law was always the only option for me. I started off on the student council at my local secondary school and did lots of voluntary work at a local solicitors’ firm when I was a teenager. Now I’m proud to specialise in medical law and patient rights at one of the UK’s top law firms.
I enjoy achieving settlement packages for my clients that enable them to move on with their lives after a traumatic experience. It’s also great to get some answers for clients relating to what has happened to them or a loved one. I'm passionate about my work and I feel privileged to work with clients at what can be the most difficult time in their lives: I'm frequently inspired by their bravery.
I’m proud to work with some of the most respected, successful and dedicated lawyers in the country who provide a compassionate and professional service.
Lawyers at Irwin Mitchell can quickly access rehabilitation and support services for our clients, which is something that sets us apart from other law firms.
Family time is really precious and we love spending time together on days out, particularly if they incorporate my little boy’s obsession with dinosaurs or my passion for history. If there’s any time left after I’ve got the ironing pile down then I love to read - I’m also learning to speak some Irish in honour of my Irish roots.
“Following Callum’s tragic death thorough investigations were carried out to establish the circumstances as to how he died. A Coroner subsequently ruled Callum’s death was avoidable.
“However, Stacey and Aidy are distraught that no-one at the Trust has ever apologised for the death of their boy. This continues to be the case six months after the Inquest. We are still waiting to receive the Trust’s formal Response.
“Nothing can ever make up for Callum’s death but his family would like to try and move on with their lives the best they can. An apology would provide them with some kind of closure.
“Following the Inquest Callum’s family said they hoped that the Hospital Trust would learn lessons from his death so others did not have to experience the anguish they have."
“Since Callum’s death his family have had a number of concerns about the treatment he received in the lead up to his death, and sadly, today’s verdict has validated these concerns.
“We believe that Callum and his family were badly let down and opportunities were missed to prevent his death.
“Stacey, Adie and the rest of the family now hope that the lessons are learned to ensure that no one else faces the failings that led to Callum’s death, and that no family has to go through the same pain as they have.
“We will continue to support Callum’s family in their fight for justice.”
We hope that the inquest process will help answer the family’s questions about exactly what happened and why on that tragic day in March last year. They also have some concerns about his treatment leading up to his death and the fact that he was discharged home from hospital the night before.
“We are helping them to investigate Callum’s care and will be representing them at the inquest.”
My grandad, John Brogan, emigrated from Foxford, County Mayo, at the age of 19, and settled in Coventry. I am very proud that I am in a position to help people gain access to legal services.
“Since the clinics were started five-years-ago they have proven to be very successful and have been used by hundreds of people.
“Irwin Mitchell is proud to be working with Birmingham Irish Association to hold the advice sessions and we look forward to welcoming those who need support to the clinics.”
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