Gemma Leiberman’s practice concerns both personal injury and clinical negligence work. She undertakes personal injury work for claimant and defendant in all areas, including occupier’s and public liability, employer’s liability and road traffic.
Leiberman completed her pupillage with Kings Chambers in October 2008.
She is particularly interested in clinical negligence and undertakes work arising from cases of surgical and pharmaceutical negligence, misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis, inappropriate treatment and lack of consent.
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This information was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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