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Samantha is a Chartered Legal Executive with over 10 years legal experience specialising in both claimant and defendant personal injury, including accidents at work, road traffic accidents, public and occupiers liability claims. She leads the team specialising in nuisance claims incurred from Japanese Knotweed and was tge lead lawyer in a significant, landmark case of Williams v Network Rail which has changed the landscape on Japanese Knotweed claims for hundreds of householders.
Samantha has recovered compensation for a variety of injuries including soft tissue, crush, fractures and PTSD. She provides detailed and reasoned advice to clients and ensures that they receive the correct level of settlement for their claims whilst understanding their particular needs, with past clients having received settlements up to £200,000.
A keen litigator, Samantha excels within the litigation process and has been successful at many trials.
Chartered Legal Executive
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
Sam was the lead lawyer on this significant, landmark ruling against Network Rail. She successfully argued that Network Rail had caused a nuisance and spolied the 'quiet enjoyment' winning compensation for property diminution and enforcing a treatment programme. Network Rail have appealed this decision and the matter will be held in the Court of Appeal in Autumn 2017.
Significant damages awarded on a Japanese Knotweed environmental claims. Sam was instructed by the claimant in a case of infestation of Japanese knotweed on their property. We argued that the council had been negligent in the removal and prevention of further spreading of this invasive plant. The matter was settled on the court steps with significant damages for diminution of the property value, nuisance and recovery of costs incurred.
Samantha was part of the JMP Solicitors team acting on behalf of 35 injured passengers following an accident on a bus carrying Polish and Lithuanian workers travelling from Alton Towers back to the farm that employed them in Peterborough. One of the passengers died in the accident causing psychological problems as well as physical injury which was reflected in the compensation recovered. REPORTED IN THE NATIONAL NEWS
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