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Firm Trained With

Slater and Gordon (Formerly Russell Jones & Walker)

Languages Spoken

Gujarati, English


I am a Clinical Negligence Solicitor at McMillan Williams based in Brighton, handling an extensive range of cases covering all aspects of medical care. I have had success in a number of complex and high value cases involving surgical error, IVF treatment, brain injury sustained at birth, suicide during care and GP negligence.I also have experience in misdiagnosis and neglect in care homes and have developed a special interest in cases involving cancer – particularly breast cancer. 

I was notably the lead solicitor in the claims against disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson, infamous for adopting the cleavage sparing mastectomy.

I aim to achieve interim payments to cover the cost of treatment, rehabilitation, medical aid and equipment as I recognise the importance of claimants being able to continue with their lives during litigation.I am also known for my technical expertise and never losing sight of what is important to the client.  I ensure that the client remains fully informed and in control of their claim.  

My areas of specialism include:

  • Cancer
  • Brain injury
  • Surgical error
  • IVF treatment
  • Birth injuries
  • Suicide
  • GP negligence
  • Care home claims
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Delays in treatment

Recent Successes

  • A number of high value successes against Heart of England NHS Trust and surgeon Mr Ian Paterson for breast cancer surgeries.
  • An award for £260,000 for damage to the bowel during survey for endometriosis which resulted in psychiatric and physical injuries.
  • An award for £250,000 for a delay in diagnosing breast cancer resulting in a terminal diagnosis where liability was disputed.
  • An award for £150,000 for femoral nerve damage due to incorrect positioning during surgery causing food drop.
  • An award for£130,000 for the loss of an eye following incorrect instructions provided with eye drops. This was a difficult consent case

Awards, Accreditations & Memberships

Member of the Law Society clinical negligence accreditation scheme

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