I am a Solicitor specialising in Clinical Negligence with broad ranging experience handling cases in this area including those for delay in diagnosis and misdiagnosis of various conditions including infections, diseases and orthopaedic and neurological injuries. I also have experience in claims involving negligently performed operations and post-operative care, brain injuries, spinal injuries, mismanaged labour and birth injuries, failures in geriatric care and fatal claims.
I qualified as a Solicitor in March 2011 having completed my training with a London based firm and then went on to practice in their Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Department. Prior to this, whilst studying for the Legal Practice Course part time I worked as a Paralegal dealing with a mixed caseload of clinical negligence and human rights cases.
I undertook my law degree at the University of Kent at Canterbury obtaining a First Class Honours degree and being awarded prizes including the Sweet and Maxwell prize for best final year results in Law, the Rotary prize for outstanding results in the Social Sciences Faculty and the Kent Law School Mooting prize. I obtained a Distinction in the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in London.
I joined Brachers in 2012 following a move back to my roots in Kent and enjoy countryside living. In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit (zumba classes in particular) and visiting family in the South of France.