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I have worked in the personal injury sector since 2013. During this time, I have predominantly acted for clients in claims on the Ministry of Justice portal, which is designed to fast track lower value claims.

I am now a Litigation Executive in the Personal Injury department. I work alongside a qualified solicitor, on all types of personal injury claim, including road traffic accidents, accidents at work and public liability claims, at all levels of value and complexity.

I believe that customer service is paramount and always aim to obtain the best possible outcome for all of my clients.

I enjoy spending my free time with my family; spending most weekends doing fun filled activities, driving around the country to see new places. I have a passion for history so I enjoy going to museums and learning about how we used to live and the struggles that we have come through.

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