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Since qualifying as a Solicitor, Tamlin has worked in both Clinical Negligence and on specialist high profile Product Liability cases. Her experience has seen her act in both the High Court and Supreme Court, on behalf of seriously injured Claimants in complex litigation.

Having worked and trained as a Solicitor in London since 2010, Tamlin began her career as a paralegal assisting on cases involving a variety of clinical issues such as Inquests, spinal surgery and in-patient care.  Thereafter, she was the trainee to the Head of Clinical Negligence in a Tier 1 law firm.

Tamlin has joined Pryers to work with clients to pursue claims in both Clinical Negligence and Product Liability, bringing cross-sector experience with both Defendant and Claimant work on her CV.

Tamlin has a specific interest in claims involving;

  • Consent to medical treatment
  • Novel surgical procedures or technique
  • Pharmaceuticals and prescription medications
  • Implants and medical devices

Tamlin has written a number of opinion and press articles on legal issues. She is passionate about healthcare in the UK, protecting patient safety and has a keen interest outside of her work in analysis of scientific and clinical data.

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