Firm Trained With
I specialise in Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury matters.
I joined McMillan Williams in May 2009 having always had a particular interest in the field of clinical negligence since undertaking work experience and paralegal positions at a number of London firms during school and University holidays since the age of 16.
In 2002, I commenced my training contract at Alexander Harris in London before furthering my career at Parlett Kent and Leigh Day & Co. During this period, I gained extensive knowledge and experience of clinical negligence and personal injury litigation.
Since qualifying, I have developed a particular interest in matters concerning obstetrics and gynaecology, general surgery and delays in diagnosing cauda equina syndrome.
Awards, Accreditations and Memberships
- XXX v BARNET & CHASE FARM HOSPITAL NHS TRUST (2013) - The claimant, a 10-year-old boy, received a lump sum of £2,900,000 plus periodical payments of £185,572 per annum until he was aged 16, £207,500 per annum from age 16 to 19, and £297,500 thereafter for life, for the brain injuries sustained due to pneumococcal meningitis in January 2004. He suffered from severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy, epilepsy, sensorineural deafness and significant learning difficulties. He would require constant care for the rest of his life and his life expectancy was reduced to 31 years. Out of Court Settlement (Approved, RCJ) (Tugendhat J) 31/10/2012 LTLPI 27/2/2014 Document No.: Quantum Reports - AM0202374