I'm a solicitor within the medical negligence team, with over 10 years' experience of working with clients who have suffered from catastrophic injuries, including complex brain and spinal cord injury.
I manage my own case load, covering a full range of medical issues. I have a particular interest in orthopaedic injuries and amputations, and neurological injuries including brain and spinal injury.
"She provided an excellent service, she was faultless and achieved an excellent outcome for me. I am very grateful for her support and hard work throughout my case." - Client
"Excellent service- and above all, care." - Client
"Thank you very much for all your help with my case so far. Your hard work and dedication has been second to none." - Client
"Thanks again for all your support and help with my ongoing case, you're a credit to your profession. You're hardworking, conscientious and caring, and it's this sort of personal touch that really makes a difference." - Client
What inspired you to get into law?
I've always wanted to pursue a career that involves helping people. Often, the clients I represent have been through a very difficult time.
My desire to help others drives me to achieve the best possible results for my clients.
What is the most rewarding aspect of your role?
Catastrophic injuries have a devastating effect, not only on the individual but also their families. I work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for my clients during what is a challenging time.
I know that the settlements I achieve for my clients make a significant difference to their lives. This is the most rewarding part of my role.
What do you like about working at Irwin Mitchell?
My colleagues are experts in their fields. The breadth of knowledge amongst my colleagues in both medical negligence and other areas of law, allows me to work collaboratively with individuals across the firm.
What do you do away from the office?
I enjoy running, playing netball and swimming. However, much of my time away from the office is taken up by my two young daughters.
Articles published in the Personal Injury Law Journal, PI Brief Update Law Journal and the Clapham Omnibus.