Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence
Catherine is experienced in all areas of personal injury and clinical negligence litigation. Catherine has a particular interest in employer’s liability and is regularly instructed by trade unions to represent claimant’s who have suffered accidents at work.
Catherine also appears before the Coroner’s Courts in relation to industrial decease, clinical negligence and RTAs.
Catherine was a contributing author to ‘Clinical Negligence Claims: A Practical Guide‘ 2nd Edition (2011), and the ‘APIL Guide to Occupational Illness Claims‘ (2012). She has also contributed to Chambers Publications including articles on “Employment Rights for Temporary Workers” (2008) and “Employers’ Liability: Pirates of the High Seas” (2008).
Catherine has a diverse employment law practice. She represents both claimants and respondents and has a broad range of experience including in unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistle blowing, TUPE and breach of contract. Catherine has successfully represented appellants before the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
Catherine is a contributing author to ‘Remedies in Employment Law’, that is to be published later this year.
Criminal Injuries Compensation
Catherine’s experience of personal injury and criminal law makes her well placed to undertake appeals against the CICA. She has undertaken a wide range of cases for appellants in relation to both eligibility and quantum.