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Lyn is a Senior Litigation Executive in the Personal Injury team. Lyn has worked within the legal profession since 1993 and has over 18 years’ experience of handling personal injury claims, during which time she has gained a wealth of knowledge.
Lyn joined the Personal Injury team at Brachers in 2003. She previously worked in a personal injury team at another Kent law firm and has over 18 years’ experience handling personal injury claims. She has also worked in matrimonial and private client teams.
Lyn deals with a wide variety of personal injury claims from start to finish including accidents at work, slips/trips, road traffic accidents, public liability claims and industrial injuries. She deals with portal claims under the Pre-Action Protocol for Low Value Personal Injury Claims and fast track and multi-track claims within the Pre-Action Protocol for Personal Injury. Lyn also undertakes property damage claims for a caravan insurer.
Prior to her career in law, Lyn worked as a secretary to a busy Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent, giving her a valuable insight into orthopaedic injuries, treatment and surgery. This sparked her interest in medicine which has continued throughout her personal injury work and has provided her with a good understanding and knowledge of medical terminology for the injuries, treatment and procedures often involved within a personal injury.
Lynn specialises in:
- Accidents at work/employers’ liability claims
- Public liability claims
- Road traffic accidents
- Industrial injuries
- Fast track and multitrack claims
Qualifications and Memberships
- Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (ACILEX)
- Member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Tripping accident - shoulder fracture treatment & compensation
Brachers were able to secure Mrs M a five figure sum in compensation for her injuries and losses arising from this tripping accident. Read the full story of the tripping accident.