Specialisms & expertise
• Assisting clients and families manage their affairs with empathy and tact
• Day to day contact with those who lack capacity, in particular with individuals who have suffered an acquired brain injury, usually as a result of an accident
• Liaising with carers, case managers, personal injury and clinical negligence lawyers, social workers and relatives to establish an appropriate care regime
• Advising on and preparing a wide range of Deputyship and other applications particularly those relating to clients who have been involved in catastrophic accidents
• Financial management and detailed budgeting for large personal injury / medical negligence damages awards
• Providing detailed information on client’s finances with a view to arranging investment advice
Elizabeth obtained an honours degree in Anthropology from Durham University before completing the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course. Elizabeth trained at a national law firm and qualified as a medical negligence and Court of Protection solicitor in 2014. Elizabeth joined the firm in 2016 to specialise in Court of Protection.