Claire is an Associate Solicitor in the Military Claims Department at Bolt Burdon Kemp, having joined the firm in August 2016. Claire qualified as a Solicitor in September 2009.
Claire specialises in pursuing both Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence claims on behalf of former and serving Military personnel and their families. Claire has a strong background in both Claimant and Defendant litigation. She has extensive experience in dealing with claims relating to orthopaedic and spinal injuries and has achieved some high settlements for her clients with care packages which will support them in their daily lives both now and in the future.
Prior to joining Bolt Burdon Kemp, Claire trained and qualified at a Defendant firm specialising in defending claims against various NHS Trusts. She then moved to a Claimant firm and gained four years experience in pursuing Clinical Negligence claims on behalf of individuals. She also represented the interests of individuals at inquests.
Claire is putting her previous experience into practise in bringing complex claims against the Ministry of Defence involving training incidents/defective work equipment and military road traffic accidents. Claire also deals with complex military medical negligence claims, such as the delay in diagnosing cauda equina syndrome and complex chronic compartment syndrome. Claire has a particular interest in claims involving complex psychiatric injury.
She is tenacious, but approachable and works hard to achieve the very best for her clients.
Claire is a keen runner having undertaken several 10K runs and half marathons for various charities. She was a member of the CSR committee at her previous firm and was heavily involved in fundraising for Action For Kids, a charity aimed at helping disabled children and young adults. She now intends fundraising for military charities who help her clients.
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