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Associate and Solicitor

Michelle Beckett

“People who come to us have invariably been through a distressing time. A lot of people naturally have no experience of bringing a claim and it can be very daunting. I feel it is important to spend time guiding people through each step and being upfront about the timescales and processes involved with bringing a claim. I endeavour to build up good relationships with every client and work hard to ensure they get the compensation and treatment that they deserve.”

Qualifying as a solicitor 2015 (having previously qualified as a Legal Executive in 2013), Michelle is an Associate Solicitor within Tozers’ Medical Negligence team. Acting for claimants who have suffered from injuries as a result of negligent medical treatment. Michelle makes sure she builds a strong relationship with her clients and then works with them, throughout their case, from the initial investigation onwards with the ultimate aim of obtaining them the compensation they need to secure their future.

Extremely passionate about her role, Michelle has a sympathetic and approachable nature, which she combines with her efficient and professional manner to navigate the appropriate actions from drafting witness statements, working with experts, investigating liability (whether those that provided the treatment were at fault) liaising with the Defendant and the Court, and investigating the value of the case when appropriate. 

Michelle understands that your situation can be a difficult time for you, and through care and understanding, she can build a relationship based on trust, ensuring she is someone that can be relied on to give appropriate and clear advice, whilst also able guide you through each step of the process.

Michelle enjoys working with people to try and ensure that they get the appropriate compensation to secure their future. There is nothing more rewarding for her than knowing her work will help an injured person cope with the struggles they face on an everyday basis. 

Malcolm Baxter

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Duty of care in wrongful birth

Posted on 30th June 2021 in Medical Negligence

A recent case has given clarity regarding the extent of compensation that should be awarded where  injuries did not relate to the advice sought from a doctor. The supreme Court considered the extent of a doctor’s duty of care in view of what compensation should be paid.

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Michelle Beckett

Associate and Solicitor