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I am a solicitor based in the Medical Negligence team in London, specialising in clinical negligence claims on behalf of patients and their families. I deal with a wide range of claims, including:
I qualified as a solicitor in 2006, joining Irwin Mitchell in September 2009. I manage my own varied caseload, whilst also assisting members of the team with complex and high-value claims, often involving birth injury such as cerebral palsy.
I understand that the clinical negligence procedure can seem daunting and complex to clients and their families, so I always make sure that my clients understand every step of the process as their claim progresses.
I studied Law at Sheffield Hallam University and completed my postgraduate studies at Inns of Court School of Law in London. I worked as a Paralegal dealing with personal injury claims, before completing two years training with Russell-Cooke Solicitors in London, where I gained extensive experience in the clinical negligence department.
When I am not at work, I enjoy playing netball.
“This little girl’s family have shown an amazing level of dedication and support to ensure their daughter has the best possible care, but she needs 24-hour care and specialist rehabilitation services and education to ensure she reaches her full potential.
“We are pleased to have this settlement for her and her family, as they now have the financial security and reassurance that the costs for her future treatment will be met.
“We hope that lessons are learnt by the hospital and their staff so that patient safety in this situation can be improved and each and every patient receives the best quality of care at all times.
“This is a truly heartbreaking case – Nicola and Neil were looking forward to being parents for the first-time to their twins.
“The findings of the Serious Untoward Incident report carried out by the NHS Trust and the independent report by a medical expert are extremely concerning as they highlight several issues with fetal monitoring and management of multiple gestations and Joshua is also one of five young babies who died at the hospital which are currently being investigated.
“We hope that the recommendations are taken into account by the NHS Trust and steps are taken to ensure lessons are learnt from this tragedy.”
“Joshua’s parents have been left completely devastated by the death of their baby.
“They have many questions about his birth and they hope that the inquest will provide some opportunity for them to learn more about the events leading to Joshua’s death and whether any lessons can be learnt from it.”
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