Alison McCormick is highly experienced in personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
She has a broad-based, claimant-focused personal injury practice encompassing occupational disease claims, employers’ and public liability, occupiers’ liability, road-traffic accidents and travel litigation.
Her nationwide personal injury caseload includes many fatal accident claims, and McCormick frequently represents claimants who have suffered catastrophic brain and spinal injury and limb amputation.
She undertakes a wide range of clinical negligence cases arising out of general practitioner, surgical and anaesthetic negligence across many fields, including orthopaedics, neurology, oncology, gynaecology and obstetrics.
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