Meyer joined the Medical Negligence department at Bolt Burdon Kemp in June 2021 as a paralegal, assisting Olivia Boschat with a variety of medical negligence claims. In addition, Meyer assists with personal injury claims such as road traffic accidents and accidents at work. Meyer is dedicated to provide the best support to our clients.
Before joining Bolt Burdon Kemp, Meyer worked as a Legal Policy Assistant at the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), a non-profit organisation fighting for the rights of injured people. Her role included responding to government consultations and assisting on a variety of projects on a variety of medical negligence and personal injury matters. Meyer’s passion for obtaining justice for injured and vulnerable people came to light during her work experience at APIL in July 2017 and was further sparked by attending patient safety symposiums and community engagement in Uganda and Kenya in September 2018 alongside her Law lecturers at Nottingham Trent University. Meyer is passionate about campaigning for change in relation to patient safety matters and women’s health and strives to qualify as a specialist medical negligence solicitor in the near future.
Meyer completed her undergraduate Law degree in June 2018 and the LLM Legal Practice Course in March 2020 at Nottingham Law School. In her spare time, Meyer volunteered to support a local hospice, St. Barnabas Hospice in Lincolnshire, at various fundraising events. Meyer enjoyed her voluntary work which enabled her to understand how individuals deal with grief. Meyer also has personal experience of the impact of catastrophic injury and therefore prides herself on her ability to provide a compassionate and empathetic client service for those in challenging circumstances. Meyer is keen to utilise her people skills and knowledge to assist clients in obtaining compensation which will go some way in helping those who have suffered as a result of needless injuries and/or avoidable harm.