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Rehabilitation is key and so I aim to work collaboratively to ensure the best possible outcome for my clients.

Hannah is a very experienced lawyer having gained over a decade’s experience representing clients in complex personal injury and clinical negligence claims. Specialising in high-value cases, she has particular expertise in helping people with severe brain and spinal injuries.

Hannah’s medical negligence expertise includes misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis and delayed treatment.  Types of claims include:

  • Delayed diagnosis of breast cancer
  • Delayed diagnosis in sepsis
  • Delayed diagnosis of a stroke
  • Delayed diagnosis of meningitis
  • Delayed diagnosis of a bowel perforation
  • Delayed diagnosis of a strangulated hernia

Hannah recognises that everyone’s needs and circumstances are different and always strives to provide a tailored, bespoke service to help promote their physical, psychological and financial recovery.

A University of the West of England law graduate, she cares deeply about achieving the very best possible results for clients and is professional, compassionate and approachable.

Find out about Hannah’s journey into the legal profession, her role at Novum Law and her work as a Trustee for Headway Salisbury South Wiltshire  in her interview with Case Management company, Independent Living Solutions.

Activities & Achievements

Hannah is a Trustee of the brain injury charity Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire. She is also a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).  In addition, she is a member of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA).

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