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Elise Burvill



I act in a wide variety of cases for people bringing claims against hospitals, GPs and other health professionals. I have also assisted with fatal cases and attended inquests to represent families.

What Inspired You To Get Into Law?

I was attracted to the law by the complex issues involved and have always enjoyed meeting people from all walks of life.

What Is The Most Rewarding Aspect Of Your Role?

The opportunity to help those who have suffered an incredibly stressful experience and make a difference to their lives is particularly fulfilling. Our clients have often been let down by a professional and I find it extremely rewarding to help those people find the answers they have been searching for.  The compensation which we are fighting for is incredibly valuable to clients who require future treatment, care or rehabilitation. Every client is different, and each wants something different out of the process.

What Do You Do Away From The Office?

I get outdoors as often as possible. Either spending time on the garden or heading to the beach at the weekend with my dogs (even if the UK coastline is often a little chilly!) I am a lifelong cricket and rugby fan, and so love spending a weekend pitch side.

Read My Comments On The Latest News

  • 07/02/2018
    Wife Calls On NHS Trusts To Learn Lessons Following Inquest Of Mentally Ill Dad Who Walked Out Of Hospital

    This is an incredibly tragic case and, many months after Gideon’s death, Clare and the rest of the family remain understandably devastated by the loss of a much-loved husband and dad. “Some of the evidence heard during the inquest has revealed some areas of concern and we hope that these will be addressed as soon as possible to improve patient safety. “We will continue to work with Clare to ensure she, and the family, receive the right support.”

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  • 02/02/2018
    Wife’s Hope For Answers After Body Of Missing Dad Known To Mental Health Services Found In Garden

    Gideon was a much-loved husband and dad and all his family are still struggling to come to terms with his death. “In the days before Gideon leaving hospital concerns were raised about his mental health and whether he should be detained. “If the inquest highlights any shortcomings in the care Gideon received, it is vital the lessons are learned and new procedures introduced so other families don’t have to suffer the pain and anguish that Gideon's have following his death.”

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