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I am a solicitor in the Medical Negligence team in Sheffield and I have worked at Irwin Mitchell since 2011.
I act exclusively for clients who have suffered an injury or deterioration in their health due to sub-standard care by hospitals, GPs and other healthcare providers. I have experience of dealing with a wide range of cases including negligent surgery, failures to diagnose and treat, injuries caused to mother and baby during birth, spinal injuries, fatal claims, delay in diagnosis of cancer and mental health claims.
I have a particular interest in cases where suicide and injuries arising from attempted suicide could have been avoided with appropriate care. I act for families whose loved one has died as a result of medical negligence and help families through the inquest process at the Coroner’s Court. I am also a Solicitor Advocate having passed the Higher Rights of Audience Qualification, which gives me the same rights as a barrister in court.
Charity and community work is also very important to me. I am a Trustee at Sheffield Mind, a charity that offers a range of services and support to people who have suffered from a mental health problem, enabling them to lead healthy and fulfilling lives. I am also passionate about pro bono work and increasing access to legal advice. I take a lead role in the Sheffield’s Pro Bono Committee where we provide free legal advice and representation to individuals and community groups who can not pay and where public funding is not available.
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Graham was a much-loved husband, dad and grandfather and his family are still struggling to come to terms with his death just a few days after undergoing elective surgery.
“The family hope that the inquest will provide them with the much needed answers they want as to why Graham died.
“It’s also vitally important that if the inquest identifies any lessons which can be learnt from the care Graham received, appropriate measures are immediately put in place to reduce the risk of similar incidents in future.”
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Norman was a real family man who enjoyed spending time with his wife Elsie and children Julie and Wayne.
“Norman’s family has been left devastated by his death and Elsie has a number of concerns over why her husband was given antibiotics to which he is suspected of having an allergic reaction to in the past.
“It is vitally important that the inquest identifies exactly what happened during Norman’s care and, if required, lessons are learned and measures introduced to reduce the risk of similar incidents in the future.”
“Roman’s death has left a huge hole in the lives of Carl, Kirsty, and the wider family.
“While nothing can change what has happened to Roman, we hope the inquest into his death will shed some light on the standard of care he received.
“It is incredibly important that if anything could have been done to prevent Roman’s death, those involved in his care learn from it so that no one else suffers as he did and that no parent suffers the same loss as Carl and Kirsty continue to feel.”
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