Ruth Taylor practises in the fields of personal injury and clinical negligence, acting for both claimants and defendants.
She has a wide-ranging experience of personal injury law, including road traffic accidents, employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability and public liability. She frequently appears in claims within the MOJ Portal and in interim applications, often concerning multi-track cases, and regularly conducts small claims and fast-track trials. She is accustomed to advising in relation to liability, quantum and procedure and to drafting statements of case.
Taylor has particular experience in advising in relation to claims arising from negligent beauty treatments, including cases concerning hairdressing procedures and laser hair removal. She also has experience of fatal accident claims and of appearing on behalf of families at road traffic accident-based inquests.
In the field of clinical negligence, Taylor has advised on cases concerning surgical, pharmaceutical and dental negligence as well as misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis and inappropriate treatment. She has advised in relation to both liability and quantum and drafted statements of case. She also has experience of representing bereaved families at clinical negligence-based inquests and at pre-inquest review.
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