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As a claimant medical negligence specialist and Associate - Solicitor within Boyes Turner’s clinical negligence group, I enjoy using my growing expertise for the benefit of my clients. My personal interest and successful track record in cases involving cauda equina syndrome (CES) have enabled me to develop my specialism in this medically complex area.
I also have expertise in, and a medico-legal interest in serious neurological injury, where I support the group’s partners, Susan Brown and Richard Money-Kyrle, in the investigation, quantification and court work associated with maximum value cerebral palsy cases, and meningitis – a cause which I actively supports through my involvement with Meningitis Now.
My broader experience extends to other seriously disabling injuries arising from orthopaedic errors, amputations and other diabetes-related disability, untreated tuberculosis, maternal obstetric injury, cervical and skin cancers, and blindness following an undiagnosed brain tumour.
I am a member of the Law Society and APIL.
I have a degree in Law and Criminology from Keele University and completed my LPC at the College of Law. Before training as a solicitor with Boyes Turner, I undertook four years employment as a personal injury paralegal.
As a mother of two children, I have a very active family life but I try to find time for entertaining and cooking for friends, working out and cycling. I am an avid reader of crime fiction.