The loneliness of the elderly and considering the need for ‘buddies’ as part of medical negligence claims
Laura is a Senior Associate in the Clinical Negligence Department. She has a broad range of expertise, with particular focus on brain injury claims relating to children with cerebral palsy.
Laura also has a special interest in colorectal/abdominal and gynaecology claims. She has also developed a specialism in late diagnosis of infection cases and fatal claims and has an active caseload including cases of this nature.
She acts for children and adults from all walks of life. She has received praise from clients about her professionalism, together with her ability to act in a sympathetic and supportive manner.
Laura often acts in fatal claims and represents clients at Inquests. Due to the nature of the work, the cases can be harrowing for clients and Laura has experience of guiding clients through the legal process whilst understanding the needs of her clients.
As an AvMA panel member, Laura has shown that her work and experience are of an excellent and approved standard. She has close links with disability charities, such as SCOPE and Headway and maintains a relationship with each charity on behalf of the clinical negligence department. She realises the importance of the work the charities do and provides support in whichever capacity is required.
"Notably caring and conscientious practitioner; but with a steely core"
Legal 500 2019
“Just a small appreciation of our huge thanks for all that you have done for us and our family in the case of J. You have been so supportive and understanding over the past three years; it has made the “rollercoaster” journey that much easier to ride. Ever grateful”
“My lawyer, Laura kept me informed and took a close interest in my case. I thought Laura was very professional and supportive”
“Laura was amazing and is a credit to your company. She showed kindness and understanding at all times”
“Laura was compassionate, patient and understanding at all times”
“Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all you’ve done. You made something so difficult so much easier than we could have ever expected”
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