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Suzanne joined the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury Department at Kingsley Napley in 2008. Subsequently she qualified as a solicitor in 2009 and continued to specialise in clinical negligence and related work. Suzanne currently assists Kate Rohde with her varied caseload, which has a particular emphasis on complex paediatric and obstetric injury claims (including cases in which children have suffered disabilities such as cerebral palsy as a consequence of treatment received during or immediately after their births).
Suzanne is also experienced in a wide range of clinical negligence claims including those involving delay in the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions, complications following surgery, claims against private healthcare providers, and claims on behalf of patients who have suffered brain injuries. Additionally, she provides assistance with Inquests and clinical negligence claims in cases where patients have died following negligent medical treatment.
Suzanne has previously published articles in the New Law Journal and the Personal Injury Law Journal regarding topical issues in civil procedure and medical law.
Articles and Publications:
- 'Loss of chance', co-authored (with Verity Danziger) article for Personal Injury Law Journal, September 2012.