Novum Law director Kim Chamberlain from our Swindon office is taking on the challenge of all challenges by running 1,084 miles for Silverlining, the brain injury charity. As the weather...Read more
Rebecca has over six years experience as a personal injury solicitor specialising in asbestos-related disease compensation claims.
She has particular expertise helping injured people and their families through the litigation process and prides herself on her empathetic and professional approach.
Rebecca is dedicated to ensuring her clients feel supported and fully informed throughout their compensation claim and aims to make the process as straightforward for them as possible.
She has assisted with drop-in clinics and legal support groups for those diagnosed with asbestos-related diseases and their family and friends.
Activities and Achievements
Rebecca is a senior litigator with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and is accredited as an occupational and asbestos disease specialist. She has a British Society of Audiology (BSA) certificate in Industrial Audiometry.
Rebecca has taken part in many charitable events over the years to raise money for the brain injury charity Headway. She has also provided pro-bono legal advice to raise much-needed funds for Mesothelioma UK.
Outside of work, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family, reading and travelling. She loves martial arts and trained in Karate for 14 years becoming an instructor and now enjoys Tae Kwon-Do.
Novum Law is proud to be a member of the Mesothelioma UK legal panel as a recommended law firm specialising in asbestos disease compensation claims. Our specialist asbestos disease solicitors have worked closely with the charity for many years and are dedicated to providing expert legal advice and support to mesothelioma patients, their families and carers.
Novum Law is a member of the Mesothelioma UK Legal Panel