Solicitor, Clinical Negligence & Personal injury

Megan Pratt

Meg is a specialist in the fields of clinical negligence and personal injury.

Meg joined Thomson Snell & Passmore as a trainee solicitor in September 2019, before qualifying into the Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury department in March 2022. Meg supports clients and their families with all aspects of clinical negligence and personal injury claims.

Megan Pratt

Specialisms & expertise

  • Meg’s medical negligence claims have involved a wide variety of issues, some examples include
  • Orthopaedic injuries
  • Claims involving a delayed diagnosis of chronic kidney disease
  • Substandard management of patient's care by general practitioners
  • Negligent surgical treatment, including cholecystectomy, arthroplasty and colposuspension
  • Psychiatric claims
  • Claims involving a delayed management of perianal abscess leading to the development of an anal fistula
  • Gynaecological injuries
  • Extravasation injuries
  • Negligent nursing treatment leading to pressure sores
  • Fatal Accident Act claims.

Achievements & other appointments

Meg is a member of Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)

Meg is a member of APIL’s Junior Litigators group as well as APIL’s special interest groups for: brain injury, child injury, clinical negligence and spinal cord injury.

Meg is also a member of:

  • Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and District Law Society
  • Kent Law Society
  • Kent Junior Lawyers Division



Meg studied law at The University of Bristol where she obtained an honours degree. Meg then went on to complete her Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Guildford.