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.
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) and Secretary for the South West APIL regional group. In addition, she is a member of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA).