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I am a Solicitor in the Medical Negligence Team in Bristol. I act on behalf of a range individuals, both adults and children, to assist in securing compensation following negligence by hospital trusts, GPs or other healthcare professionals.
I have experience in a range of medical claims including orthopaedic injury, birthing injury, delay in diagnosis, negligently performed surgery, spinal injury, brain injury and fatalities.
I work closely with clients and their families to ensure they receive treatment to support their recovery and specialist medical opinion to support their claim.
I also have experience of representing individuals following serious road traffic accidents.
The challenge the career brings and the ability to help others.
Knowing that what I do can make a positive difference to someone's life and wellbeing.
The team ethic and support network. From the partners to the support teams, we all work together to get the best results for our clients.
In my spare time I enjoy going to the gym, attending music events and attempting to play golf.
I also like to challenge myself and raise money for charity. I have done a skydive, abseil, half marathon and a sponsored sleep out.
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Donna had undergone counselling at the request of the Hospital Trust to prepare psychologically for double mastectomy so was incredibly shocked and upset to come out of surgery with permanent implants. This was already a distressing time and this just compounded her problems.
“The NHS had shown care and compassion in helping Donna prepare for her surgery. However, what was meant to be an operation designed to reduce the risk of Donna being diagnosed with breast cancer ended up causing her much unnecessary distress and suffering.
“We now call on the NHS Trust to ensure it learns lessons from Donna’s case and realises the importance of ensuring policies and checks surrounding patient consent are upheld at all times.”
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