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I am a solicitor in the Medical Negligence team in Sheffield. I handle a wide variety of medical negligence cases, including cases relating to orthopaedic injuries, delays in diagnosis of cancer, spinal injuries and urological injuries.
I have a specific interest in cases which relate to care provided to women during pregnancy and labour. I represent women who have suffered stillbirths and wrongful births as a result of medical negligence. My experience in this area ensures that I can offer support to my clients as their legal case progresses, and provide the reassurance needed at a difficult time in their lives.
I qualified as a solicitor in 2018.
I've always been interested in the law and remember questioning why things are the way they are from a young age. I've always actively volunteered for causes and charities, and working in this area of law has allowed me to combine my passions for helping others and progressing in a challenging career. I also find the medical world very interesting so I enjoy learning more about it through my work.
Being able to make a difference to people’s lives is extremely rewarding. I'm humbled every day by the strength of our clients who have been through the toughest of times. We try to give clients support and a helping hand, so that they can access rehabilitation to get back on track with their lives. Being able to offer this human touch is so important to me.
I am tremendously fortunate to work in a law firm filled with leaders within the field of medical negligence. Working with others who have as much passion as I do inspires me to be the very best I can be.
I am a passionate rock climber and I am lucky to live in Sheffield, with the Peak District on my door step. In my spare time, I love travelling around the UK and abroad to find even more rocks to climb! I find happiness in the outdoors and also enjoy running, yoga and hiking.
“The last few months have been incredibly difficult for Kate and her family as they attempted to come to terms with her diagnosis and the effect it will have on her life.
“Kate has shown great bravery in speaking out about her experience, in a bid to help others affected by cancer.
“Early diagnosis is key to beating cervical cancer therefore it is vital that women fully participate in the NHS screening programme, are aware of the symptoms, and if needed, ensure they receive medical advice as soon as possible.
“It is important that women diagnosed with the disease do not feel alone as there is help and support available.”
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