Flora Midgley

Flora manages her own caseload and assists senior members of the team on complex and high-value child brain injury cases.  She works on a variety of birth injury claims, claims involving a delayed diagnosis of stroke, as well as nervous shock claims for parents who suffered psychiatric injuries as a result of negligence.

Before specialising in child brain injury work, Flora represented individuals in a range of medical negligence and personal injury matters during her training contract.

Flora is passionate about child brain injury work and going the extra mile for clients.  She is empathetic, efficient and devoted to achieving justice for families.  She also supports the Child Brain Injury Trust, Help Refugees and volunteers every year for Crisis at Christmas.’

Flora studied English Literature at Durham University and completed the GDL and LPC at the College of Law in London.

Professional memberships

  • APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers)
  • The Child Brain Injury Trust
  • 'Initially I was wary of getting involved in litigation.  I'd heard it could take years and I worried it would rake up painful memories for my family and I;  However, Flora, our main contact at Bolt Burdon and Kemp was clear, efficient and genuine from the beginning.  Bringing this case against the medical team responsible gave us a more positive way of dealing with this and will now help us make a life for our child.  I would recommend Bolt Burdon Kemp and particularly Flora without hesitation.

    Elaine and Ish

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