- Complex head, spinal and serious orthopaedic injuries
- Serious Orthopaedic Injuries
- Cases involving complex liability or causation issues
I qualified as a Solicitor in September 2015 and I have since specialised in pursuing personal injury litigation claims on behalf of claimants who have suffered serious and often life-changing injuries as a result of road traffic accidents, accidents at work and accidents in public places, through no fault of their own. I joined Moore Blatch in December 2018.
I strive to work quickly to fully assess the impact of a client’s injuries on their lives. My clients have usually suffered brain, spinal and/or musculoskeletal injuries. My focus is on early rehabilitation as a priority, ensuring early collaboration with potential Defendants to ensure that the client’s immediate post-accident needs are identified and addressed at the earliest opportunity.
Suffering severe injuries, be they physical or psychological can be life-changing for many clients, so I aim to work together with them, their families and friends, and rehabilitation providers to understand each individual client’s current and future care requirements and support needs, to ensure that client’s feel completely supported throughout the entire rehabilitation and legal claim process and thereafter.
I am an accredited APIL Litigator, and I have a particular interest in claims involving outdoor pursuits, be they cycling, outdoor activities or equestrian related.
In my spare time, I am a school governor for a secondary school in Hampshire, and I like to keep fit and active when I can. I am also a closet musician, having read Music at the University of Birmingham before converting to law.
Accreditations & Memberships
- APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) – Accredited Litigator
- Banking litigation
- Real estate finance
- Commercial disputes
- Dispute resolution
I am a trainee solicitor. I primarily support other solicitors, working within a team for six months at a time.
I gain valuable experience working within a range of different teams at Moore Blatch, supporting them in providing the high level of service that our clients have come to expect. Whether working directly with clients or behind the scenes, I provide clients and colleagues with a prompt, friendly and reliable service.
I studied my Law LLB at the University of Law in Guildford where I then went on to complete the LPC with a Masters in International Legal Practice.
I secured my training contract at Moore Blatch in April 2018, whilst working at the firm as a Paralegal in the Banks and Lenders Team. I specialised in complex litigation, advising lenders on challenging possession claims and high value property disputes.
- Personal injury
I am a paralegal specialising in personal injury. I support individuals who have suffered personal injury as a result of negligence.
My clients are individuals and the families of individuals that have suffered injury through no fault of their own. I provide a familiar point of contact if a client’s main case handler is away from the office.
I have worked as a secretary/paralegal for all my working career and have previously worked within the NHS, for a defendant clinical negligence law firm, and for a children’s hospice.
I have a Golden Retriever who keeps me laughing at his antics. I love any sort of crafts including knitting, cross stitch, mixed media and many others.
I am a paralegal, helping clients deal with all aspects of personal injury claims.
My clients are people needing help with their personal injury claims. I have particular experience in assisting clients with claims arising from road traffic accidents, employer’s liability and public liability and work hard to ensure that each client’s individual rehabilitation and financial needs are addressed.
I place my client’s needs at the centre of everything I do to ensure that the best possible outcome is achieved for them.
- Adult brain injury
- Child brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Complex orthopaedic, including amputation
- Fatal incidents
I am an experienced serious injury solicitor who specialises in accessing rehabilitation for people who have suffered major trauma. I also represent at inquest those who have been bereaved.
My clients are those who have, through no fault of their own, suffered major trauma or bereavement either in the UK or abroad. On their behalf, I claim compensation from the party at fault. An important part of this process is to secure payments as quickly as possible (interim payments) to support rehabilitation.
Many of my clients are people who have suffered major brain or spinal cord injuries, and the families of fatal incident victims.
I like to keep as fit as possible. I am a keen cyclist, half-marathon runner and skier.
Accreditations & Memberships
- Recognised practitioner in Legal 500
- Chair of the South of England Acquired Brain Injury Forum (SEABIF)
- Secretary of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyer’s, south of England group
- Listed in the Solicitors Directory for Headway, the national brain injury charity, as a brain injury specialist
- Panel solicitor for RoadPeace, the national charity for people who have been seriously injured or lost loved ones in a road accident
- Associate Member of the Royal Society of Medicine
- Member of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
- Member of the Institute of Advanced Motorists
- Member of Cycling UK, the national cycling charity
I have several years’ experience dealing with personal injury claims arising from accidents in the UK and abroad.
My clients are private individuals who have sustained serious life changing injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, through no fault of their own.
I recognise that the severity of my clients’ injuries will have often impacted, not just their lives, but their families’ lives too. I help them both by putting together the strongest team of experts to secure the best possible outcomes for those I represent.
I qualified as a solicitor in September 2007 and throughout my career I have successfully handled many high value claims, including multi-million pound settlements.
- Claims involving complex liability or causation issues
- Complex orthopaedic injuries
- Brain injury
- Claims against the Motor Insurers’ Bureau
- Fatal accidents
I am an experienced associate (non lawyer) and team leader for the firm’s personal injury team, specialising in supporting clients who have road traffic accident claims.
My clients are individuals who have sustained serious injury as a result of negligence who require support through the legal process to obtain compensation and enable rehabilitation.
I assist clients who have been injured in road traffic accidents, specialising in helping clients who have suffered serious orthopaedic injuries, psychiatric trauma and head injuries. I have secured six figure settlements for a number of clients.
I have particular expertise in cases involving claims against uninsured drivers through the Motor Insurers’ Bureau which often present complex issues.
I was commissioned into the Royal Air Force volunteer reserve in 2003 and I am a keen SCUBA diver.
Accreditations & Memberships
- Institute of Leadership & Management
Working as a paralegal in the personal injury department, I support clients who have suffered injury as a result of negligence.
I assist client of all ages – from children through to the retired.
I provide clients with clear advice so that they understand the process of bringing a claim, their responsibilities, and how I will progress their case in order to secure a fair settlement on their behalf.
I have always been within the personal injury department, progressing from supervisor of the first response team to a paralegal role with my own client caseload.
I am a Polish-speaking solicitor specialising in personal injury law. I help clients with a wide variety of personal injury claims.
As a senior solicitor and team leader, I work on most types of personal injury claims, assisting clients who have suffered injury as a result of accidents at work, road traffic accidents, slipping and tripping, industrial accidents, defective products, dog bites and accidents abroad.
I help Polish, Lithuanian, Latvian and Slovakian clients who have been injured in accidents in England and Wales. I also represent British citizens injured whilst in Poland, whether there for work or leisure.
I help my clients understand how the law can help them get fair compensation for their injury, and how the legal process works in differing jurisdictions.
It is important to explain to clients clearly what is happening during a claim in a way that overcomes any language barriers or lack of familiarity with a country’s legal system.