Part of the Brain Injury Team
Rujina is a Solicitor in the Adult Brain Injury department. Before joining Bolt Burdon Kemp in September 2018, Rujina spent a number of years working with clients who had sustained life-changing brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and significant orthopaedic injuries.
Rujina has gained experience working on various types of clinical negligence claims, including injuries arising out of negligence during childbirth, delays in diagnosis and treatment of disease or injury and negligent surgery. She also worked on a number of Inquests assisting families whose loved ones had died whilst in the care of the NHS.
She has a broad range of experience dealing with personal injury claims, including road traffic accidents (motor vehicles, cyclists and pedestrian), public transport accidents, accidents at work and claims relating to public and occupiers liability.
During her training, Rujina assisted her former colleagues with their work as Professional Deputies for those who lacked capacity to manage their property and financial affairs.
Rujina is focused on achieving the best possible rehabilitation and quality of life for her clients. She prides herself on thinking outside the box in order to identify ways to support a client whilst their claims are ongoing, ensuring that they have the necessary support in place for their immediate and long term needs. Rujina has a calm and approachable manner which her previous clients have always found reassuring.
Rujina spent a number of years mentoring students on the Pathways to Law Programme, which was established by the Social Mobility Foundation. She continues to volunteer and fundraise for a number of charities.
Rujina graduated from the London School of Economics with a Law LLB degree before completing the LPC at the University of Law.
Rujina is a fluent Bengali speaker.
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- Law Society
- Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
- Acquired Brain Injury London member (ABIL)
- UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF)