I'm a solicitor in the Clinical Negligence team in our London office.
I joined the team in August 2014 and qualified as a solicitor in 2017. I work for clients who have sustained a range of injuries as a result of negligent care. These include brain injuries, spinal injuries, birth injuries, injuries to vision, delays in cancer diagnoses, orthopaedic injuries and issues arising from surgery. I have a particular interest in cases involving brain injuries (in both adults and children) and injuries which have arisen from pregnancy and birth.
What inspired you to get into law?
I was drawn to law because each working day is different and you are always being presented with new challenges. I chose to work in medical negligence because it is people-focused and every case and client is unique and engaging. We are able to assist clients who have experienced injury in a practical way that can have a real impact on their lives.
What is the most rewarding aspect of your role?
I enjoy working closely with clients to build their legal case, and the satisfaction of achieving a good outcome on their behalf. Our clients often come to us at very difficult times in their lives, and while we can't undo the harm which has been done to them, it's rewarding to be able to secure a successful outcome which will allow them to take steps towards rebuilding their life after they've suffered injury and loss.
What do you do away from the office?
Outside of work I enjoy reading, music, watching a good box set, spending time with friends and family.