Medical Negligence Expertise
She has experience in handling a varied caseload including:
- claims against NHS Trusts
- private hospitals/practitioners, General Practitioners & the Ambulance Service.
Children and Vulnerable Adults
Rebecca also pursues cases against care homes, private institutions and local authorities on behalf of children and vulnerable adults.
Medical Negligence Clients
Some cases Rebecca has successfully managed include:
- Achieving a six-figure settlement for a claimant who sadly suffered a leg amputation arising from a delay of diagnosis and treatment of a fracture.
- Acting for a vulnerable elderly adult with dementia who had been abused by an employee in his private care home. Rebecca successfully obtained repayment of the care home fees from the provider which had repeatedly refused to give any such refund.
- Rebecca assisted in achieving a six-figure settlement for a Claimant who suffered permanent nerve damage to their dominant hand which rendered them unable to pursue their chosen career.
'For all members representing my case, utmost professionalism at all times, always friendly and helpful. Always there to listen and advise. Many, many thanks.' - Miss N W
'I was relieved to received excellent professional advice from Rebecca and Jill in a friendly and acceptable manner.' - Mr Brian Britten
'Excellent service, lovely people, very caring [and] well understanding.' - Mr Wilding
Rebecca studied Law at University of Birmingham and gained a 2:1 LL.B. with honours in 2008. She then took a break from education for two years to travel and work abroad before studying at the College of Law in Manchester in 2010. She combined her studies there with a voluntary job at the Manchester Civil Justice Centre representing litigants in person with the Personal Support Unit.
Outside of work, Rebecca enjoys baking, knitting and all things crafty. She has always been interested in dance and has studied Irish, salsa, ballroom and Latin dancing. Rebecca continues to have a passion for travel and spends her annual leave exploring new places.