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Nicole Causey

Trainee Legal Executive
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I am a Trainee Legal Executive in the Medical Negligence team in Southampton. I have a varied caseload of medical negligence cases and I also assist other members of the team.

I am involved in a wide variety of cases including infection and wound management, amputation, surgical negligence, sepsis, accident and emergency claims and fatal claims.

What Is The Most Rewarding Aspect Of Your Role?

It is rewarding to know that the work that we have done can affect someone's life in a positive way. It is great to be able to support our clients through what can be very difficult times in their lives. 

What Do You Like About Working At Irwin Mitchell?

I am proud to work for a firm who do so much more for clients than just claim compensation. It is great to be able to offer such a strong focus on rehabilitation and support.

What Do You Do Away From The Office?

I enjoy travelling, cooking and playing netball.


“I was very impressed with how my case was handled by Irwin Mitchell. Nicole made everything easy to understand, if there were any queries I only had to pick up the phone and Nicole was there to help.” – Mrs A, client

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  • 09/07/2019
    ActiveAbility Solent Receives Boccia Equipment Boost Thanks To Southampton Lawyers

    “As a firm we are hugely proud of our links to the world of disability sport and are always looking for opportunities to show our support for fantastic initiatives. “We are delighted to have provided these funds to help Active Nation and hope the donation will make a major difference as it continues to promote physical activity across the region. Boccia is a great game and we hope this new equipment will help to get even more people involved.”

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  • 10/09/2018
    Husband Calls On Hospital Trust To Make Improvements After Wife’s Sepsis Death

    “The level of care that Margaret received fell way below what patients should expect with devastating consequences. “Margaret’s case is a tragic example of what can happen when undiagnosed infections are left untreated. “We work closely with UK Sepsis Trust to raise awareness of the condition and more must be done to educate our doctors so that the signs of sepsis are recognised earlier when the chances of survival are significantly greater. “Whilst nothing can make up for Margaret’s death we are pleased that the Trust has said it has implemented a number of new procedures. It is vital that the Trust now ensures staff follow these new procedures at all times, so others hopefully do not have to suffer the heartbreak that Margaret’s family has gone through following her death.”

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  • 03/08/2017
    Woman Takes Legal Action Against Portsmouth Hospital After Leg Amputation For Septic Stubbed Toe

    “Sue has significant rehabilitation ahead of her as well as prosthetics, walking aids and adaptions to her home to help her regain her previous quality of life. “She is still struggling to come to terms with her amputation and the impact it has had on her independence. She is desperate for answers and feels that her diabetes should have raised a red flag when she was being examined. “We have written to the Trust outlining Sue’s case and are now awaiting a response.”

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  • 29/06/2017
    Expert Medical Negligence Lawyers Raise Concern Over Cancelled Ops At Isle of Wight Hospital

    “The Trust has reassured patients about the reasons behind this and that patients have not been put at risk. However, the impact on communities and patients can be significant when something like this happens, and can have a ripple effect on other services. For example, if a patient misses out on their scheduled surgery date, they may then have to go back on the waiting list for post-surgery therapies or check-ups which has the potential to delay diagnoses of any issues which may arise from surgery. “Of course patient safety is key and it is important that people are given advice on how to seek medical assistance, including the telephone 111 service, while the hospital works to overcome the lack of resources. “Local authorities should also be working strategically with their NHS Trusts to ensure that people who are safe to discharge can do so, to avoid hospitals being overwhelmed and surgical delays becoming a regular occurrence.”

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