Samantha Presland specialises in the fields of personal injury, clinical negligence and healthcare regulation.
Presland has used her clinical negligence experience to develop an extensive inquest practice, acting for families, health care professionals, NHS Trusts, mental health trusts and private companies. Presland has frequently acted in Article 2 Inquests. She is also instructed in various healthcare professional tribunal matters, including the NMC, HPC and GMC.
Presland also practises in all areas of PI, in particular industrial disease cases, including asbestosis. She is an experienced and knowledgeable junior in catastrophic injury cases.
Presland acts for claimants, defendants, practitioners and families alike; and brings to each and every case the same analytical approach, attention to detail, practical solutions and approachable manner.
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