Amanda has been with the firm for 17 years and specialises in catastrophic personal injury claims. Before becoming a solicitor, she worked at the Health & Safety Executive and this experience has given her a unique insight into cases involving accidents at work. Amanda is also an experienced law lecturer.
Amanda has particular expertise in brain injury claims. She also advises and represents those who have suffered orthopaedic injuries and major amputations. Amanda also runs fatal accident claims in complex matters involving dependents.
Combining intelligence, experience, and kindness, Amanda has made a significant difference in the lives of people and their families whose worlds have been overturned in but a moment. As soon as she is instructed, she focuses on putting a case manager in place and getting a rehabilitation program underway. Often clients are unaware that rehabilitation programs and funding can be sought at any time. Amanda regularly takes over claims midway through the process where clients are unhappy with their current legal advisor.
Amanda worked on the case of Marsh v Ministry of Justice  EWHC 3185 (QB), in which her client was awarded full costs of the trial after the Ministry of Justice refused to engage in mediation and had their Part 36 offer beaten at trial.
Clients who work with Amanda can be confident she will take away the uncertainty and stress that follows a life-changing injury. She makes the claims process as simple as possible, so patients and their families can concentrate on recovering and rebuilding their lives.
Amanda also delivers a 2-part lecture to expert witnesses for Bond Solon on personal injury.
Amanda is recognised in The Legal 500.