I’m a solicitor specialising in medical negligence law in our Cambridge Office.
I’ve practiced exclusively within medical negligence since qualifying and joined Irwin Mitchell in early 2021. I work with claimants who’ve suffered a wide range of injuries and levels of severity, including:
- Delayed diagnoses of cancer
- Surgical claims
- Fatal accident claim
- Psychiatric injuries
- Brain injuries including birth injuries and stroke
- Spinal injuries
In particular, I work with bereaved families at Inquest and I help them to make a claim after experiencing a stillbirth or neonatal death.
I also assist Gurpreet Lalli and Guy Forster with high value and complex claims, where children and adults have suffered life changing injuries as a result of poor care.
I’m Irwin Mitchell’s representative to the UK Sepsis Trust for the East of England region. The charity aims to end avoidable deaths from sepsis and improve outcomes for sepsis survivors with earlier diagnosis and treatment. I’m proud to be involved with the charity and to be able to support the work they do.
What is the most rewarding aspect of your role?
Helping to make sure client’s needs are provided for following their injuries, but also to make sure that lessons are learned to improve patient safety for everyone.
What do you like about working at Irwin Mitchell?
Working with such a friendly group of colleagues that have an exceptional range expertise across the firm.
What do you do away from the office?
Outside of work, I’m a keen equestrian and runner, completing my first half marathon in Cambridge in 2021 and raising money for the Charity Tom’s Trust.