I specialise in representing healthcare providers in clinical negligence litigation and at inquests, having spent eight years in private practice before joining Bevan Brittan in 2017. I have acted for NHS Trusts, GPs, nurses, doctors in private practice, private clinics and optometrists; at the instruction of NHS Resolution, two other major medical defence organisations and insurers.
I am experienced in a broad range of claims including:
- Fatality claims, high value claims involving children, amputees and other catastrophically injured claimants and lower value yet complex claims;
- Claims involving multiple defendants, jointly insured defendants, multiple experts of various specialisms (on liability and quantum), complex and unusual procedural issues, litigants in person;
- Claims of alleged negligence in general surgery, orthopaedics, obstetrics, emergency medicine, cardiology, urology, paediatrics and general practice.
I have acted for healthcare providers (NHS and private) at inquests in which various areas of medical treatment have been scrutinised; including: emergency medicine, anaesthesia, respiratory medicine, oncology, cardiology, vascular surgery, gastroenterology, urology, geriatric medicine and psychiatry.
- Kwaku Keh (Administrator of the Estate of Adeline Keh, Deceased) v Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 548 (QB) – represented the Trust in this complex obstetrics claim, in which judgment was given for the Defendant.
- Pepper v Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 310 (QB) – represented the Trust in this claim, which was successfully defended at Trial, in which it was alleged that the Claimant underwent an unnecessary surgical procedure to remove part of her pancreas.