Sally joined Gamlins Law December 2020 dealing with complex Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence claims. Sally qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2002.
Sally specialises in high-value claims acting for clients who have sustained serious and often life-changing injuries providing help not only for clients but also for their immediate families who are often the unseen victims.
Sally is passionate about ensuring that clients get the compensation awards and rehabilitation that they need and deserve, including interim payments whenever possible.
During her career Sally has recovered millions of pounds of compensation for clients to help pay for treatment, care packages, adapted accommodation, disabled equipment, prosthetics as they move forward with their lives.
Sally is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
In her spare time Sally enjoys time outdoors and volunteers for a Cheshire charity, Changing Lives Together.
|D Deceased||Damages exceeding £900,000 following fatal road traffic accident|
|F v M||£25,000 damages following fractured ankle visiting a commercial premises|
|C v C||Damages exceeding £50,000 degloving injury to hand and chronic post traumatic pain and adjustment disorder with depressed mood following accident at work. Liability disputed. R|
|Mrs S||£45,000 lady in her 80s. Pedestrian knocked over by a car settlement award to reflect injuries and need for treatment and adaptations to her property to provide level access and independence|
|F Deceased||£3500 Damages, cyclist struck by oncoming foreign vehicle, sadly during the litigation the client died, application made to appoint client’s sister to represent the estate of the deceased. Liability disputed throughout. Damages successfully recovered.|
|Y v W||£30,000 damage together with treatment costs following injury after exposure to chemicals suffering breathing difficulties and psychological injuries.|
|Miss E||£30,000 Damages recovered following injury to ankle when visiting a retail shop.|
|J Deceased||Damages £55,00 claim against Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board on behalf of family when the Trust missed opportunities to prevent the tragic death of their son and brother. Despite at the Inquest the Coroner making a finding in respect of the failings on the part of the Trust, breach of duty was disputed throughout. Settlement reached after issuing Court proceedings.|
|R V BCU||Clinical Negligence, £15,625 damages recovered in respect of treatment at Glan Clwyd Hospital. Following a fall, the Trust failed to correctly diagnosed, advise and treat client’s acute avulsion fracture. As a consequence of failure to identify the extent of the injury and delayed surgery Claimant required extensive surgical intervention and developed extensive degenerative change. Liability disputed throughout.|