I qualified as a solicitor in 2015 and joined the clinical negligence team in Richmond. I joined Moore Blatch in 2013 as a trainee solicitor.
I deal with a wide range of complex medical negligence claims including claims relating to brain injuries, cancer, orthopaedic injuries, obstetric injuries and dental injuries.
I also have vast experience in representing clients who have suffered an injury as a result of a ‘Never Event’
I volunteer for Headway South West London, a local charity supporting people with brain injury. I am also a voluntary mentor to students at the University of Law who are interested in pursuing a career in law.
“I owe Wallis a huge debt of gratitude for her support, encouragement, understanding, love and professionalism. She has always been so easy to speak to and she made everything rather easier to cope with.” Mrs T, clinical negligence client
“The service I received was extremely professional and the case was dealt with expertly. I was kept well informed of any developments throughout the case and the whole process was made incredibly easy. I would thoroughly recommend Wallis and Moore Blatch solicitors.” Mr L, clinical negligence client
- Over £400,000 awarded for delay in diagnosis and treatment of haemochromatosis
- More than £300,000 in compensation following husband’s untimely death from bowel cancer
- Student receives compensation after suffering an avoidable hip dislocation
- Compensation recovered for spinal surgery carried out at wrong level of the spine categorised as a ‘Never Event’
- A claim for a 71 year old who underwent a total hip replacement and was fitted with the wrong sized hip implant requiring her to undergo revision surgery four days later to correct the error. This was categorised as an NHS England ‘Never Event’
- A claim for an elderly woman who had to undergo surgery to remove a needle which a nurse had failed to remove following a routine Vitamin B12 injection. This was categorised as an NHS England ‘Never Event’
- A claim for a child with cerebral palsy who suffered pain and discomfort as a result of a delay in diagnosis and treatment of a gastric perforation.
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