Rachel Vickers has specialised in clinical negligence, personal injury and professional negligence litigation for a number of years and is highly experienced in dealing with complex claims and those resulting in injuries of maximum severity.
She undertakes a full range of personal injury work, including employers’ and public liability, product liability and occupational disease, as well as catastrophic injuries following road traffic accidents. Vickers also has experience of carrying out health and safety work, inquests, CICA hearings and civil jury trials.
Birth claims including cerebral palsy make up a significant proportion of her clinical negligence caseload but she has experience of doing cases in virtually all areas of medical specialisation. She places considerable importance on fostering good relationships with those instructing her and client care in general. Vickers has a flexible approach to problem solving and an eye for detail.
She is recommended in Legal 500 as a leading junior in the field of clinical negligence.
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