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I qualified as a Solicitor in the Serious Injury team in Sheffield in September 2014. I work on cases involving catastrophic acquired brain injuries, multiple orthopaedic injuries and psychiatric injuries. I represent adults, adolescents and children.
I first joined Irwin Mitchell in September 2007, and during my training gained experience in a number of different areas of law, including medical negligence, defective products, and serious injury.
Some of the cases I've been involved with include:
Charity and fundraising work is very important to me and I have been a member of the Irwin Mitchell Charities Foundation (ICMF) since I joined the firm. I am a member of the Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) and regularly organise funding events for them, such as the Welly Walk in spring 2015. I am also an advocate of the "Be Seen, Not Hurt" campaign to keep children safer in winter.
My aunty trained to be a Barrister, and when she was taking her bar exams she used to talk me through the statutes and case law that she was studying. I found it fascinating and decided to do some work experience in a Magistrates Court while I was still in high school. I got the bug and never looked back.
It is enormously rewarding to help individuals who are at their most vulnerable overcome their injuries and get the best quality of life.
I like the sense of community at Irwin Mitchell. We care about our clients: they come first. I am involved with various groups within the firm - I am captain of the company netball team and organise the annual tournament. I also help supervise the placement students who apply here for vacation schemes and training contracts.
In my spare time I enjoy playing netball, running, going to the gym, reading, relaxing with friends and family, travelling and camping.
"You have a wonderful way of dealing with people and you steered us through a complicated issue very successfully, and we will always be grateful. We would love to hear about your next successful step on 'the ladder' and we wish you all the best" - Client testimonial
“Pass on my thanks to you and the rest of the team for all their help on what was a far from easy case…. I look forward to working with you all again” - Barrister
“This is a really sad case as Jean loved working even at the age of 79. Unfortunately some of her independence has been taken from her but the settlement means she can get access to the specialist rehabilitation to help her. She has been able to get into the garden even if she can’t dig things up or mow the lawn anymore, and she has been able to go to football matches with the help of her son.
“Jean’s case highlights the impact that work accidents and brain injuries in particular can have on people who were previously fiercely independent. She now needs help to do things she would previously be able to do on her own and finds this incredibly frustrating.
“We hope that all employers will take note of this case and ensure that their workers are properly protected from risks in the workplace to reduce the risk of similar incidents in future.”
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