Bevan Brittan’s Senior Partner and Head of Clinical Risk, Joanne Easterbrook, has won the Individual (London) award for Insurance in the prestigious Legal 500 UK Awards 2019.

Joanne, who has been Senior Partner at Bevan Brittan since 2016, works with a wide range of clients providing clinical negligence advice and representation including NHS Resolution, NHS Trusts and NHS primary care, as well as insurers and private health clinics with a particular focus on brain injury, psychiatric and fertility claims.

Joanne heads up one of the leading Clinical Negligence practices in the UK at Bevan Brittan, and was recognised as a Leading Individual within this year’s Legal 500 directory as well as receiving a Band One ranking within the Chambers & Partners guide.

Joanne Easterbrook said: “I am surprised and delighted to have received this recognition from Legal 500. This is an endorsement of the growing reputation and strength of our team in providing advice and representation in clinical negligence cases to our clients. Health providers continue to face increasing challenges in an area of law that is constantly developing and I feel privileged to be working with a great team in such an important and interesting area of law.”

The Legal 500 awards will be presented on 6 February 2019 in London. Full details of winners can be found here.

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