Rebecca understands that the decision to pursue a medical negligence case can often be a very difficult one. Rebecca strives to work closely with each individual client, and their families, to ensure that the client’s concerns are fully understood and addressed, with the aim of ensuring that the best possible result for each individual is achieved.
Identified as a “Key Lawyer” in the legal industry guide, The Legal 500, Rebecca deals with all aspects of medical negligence and specialises in acting for clients and their families in cases involving head and brain injury, including where such injury may tragically have occurred at birth.
Rebecca prides herself on client care and works tirelessly to secure the best possible outcome for her clients. In doing so, Rebecca also works to ensure that, where appropriate, support and therapies are also put in place to promote rehabilitation and to provide assistance to clients and their families when they need it most.
In addition to specialising in claims for survivors of brain and birth injuries, Rebecca has extensive experience in a wide range of different areas of medical negligence, including acting for clients in gynaecological cases, orthopaedic and limb amputation cases, cases involving delay in diagnosis and cases where clients have sadly passed away as a result of negligence, including acting for bereaved families through Coroners’ investigations and the Inquest process.
Rebecca is Secretary for Headway Neath Port Talbot and is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
Outside work Rebecca enjoys spending time with her young family as well as being a keen runner and triathlete and participating in long-distance “Ironman” triathlons.