A specialist with over 20 year’s experience in obtaining compensation for victims of clinical negligence by the NHS and private medical clinics.
Kay is an expert in claims involving injuries incurred at birth, including those resulting in cerebral palsy. Kay acts for clients with long term disabilities including brain injuries, spinal injuries, amputations and injuries arising from a failure to diagnose or properly treat meningitis. She also acts for families whose loved ones have died while under the care of a medical professional.
Kay is a member of The Law Society clinical negligence accreditation scheme.
Examples of how Kay’s advice has benefited clients include:
- successfully pursuing multi-million pound claims for children/adults left with cerebral palsy and brain injuries due to mistakes made during birth and the neonatal period;
- securing substantial compensation in amputation claims to include the provision of high specification prosthetic limbs as well as alternative accommodation, life-long care and support through rehabilitation;
- negotiating a six figure settlement for a terminally ill patient after an NHS Trust failed to diagnose and treat thyroid cancer; and
- assisting many families who have lost a loved one due to due to negligence in achieving compensation and support for the future.