Christine is a Solicitor who qualified in 1996. She has over 20 years of experience specialising in Claimant Personal Injury Law and Negligence.
Christine studied Politics at the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and then developed a love of law as a case worker at The Harehills and Chapeltown Law Centre, Leeds.
She studied at the College of Law, Chester and gained a distinction in her law finals. Christine then trained and worked with one of the largest and longest established law practices in Shropshire.
She moved firms specialising in higher value personal injury claims before becoming a Director and Consultant for a progressive legal company based in Shrewsbury.
Areas of Expertise
Christine’s work includes claims arising from accidents at work; road traffic accidents; public liability; and occupiers liability covering many different types of injury. She has considerable experience of acting for families following bereavement in fatal accidents.
Christine has a strong desire to fight for justice for ordinary people and she has an excellent record of helping clients rebuild their lives after, often, devastating injuries, seeking to ensure that they succeed in achieving the very best outcome and compensation.
Christine’s clients often come to her by way of recommendation by other professionals or former clients and most claims are funded by way of Conditional Fee Agreement (otherwise known as ‘no win no fee’). Christine is happy to visit clients at home and represents people nationwide.
Christine is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
In her spare time, Christine enjoys squash, yoga, reading and long walks.