Sabrina undertakes all forms of personal injury work. She is regularly instructed in multiple and significant orthopaedic injury claims, fatal accident and chronic pain claims. She lectures on all aspects of personal injury and has had articles published on the subject. Published articles include an article on the discount rate and investment advice published in the Journal of Personal Injury Law in Issue 1 2018 and an article on s33 Limitation Act published in the Journal of Personal Injury Law in Issue 2 2019.Complex Regional Pain Syndrome following fall from a ladder.
Notable Personal Injury cases
JJ v SL
Sabrina is currently advising Claimant on contributory negligence and quantum in a claim for damages following an RTA where Claimant has sustained spinal cord contusion and likely brachial plexus injury. The case requires involvement and management of a number of experts from different disciplines to deal with the Claimant’s complex ongoing care needs
DG(Administrator of the Estate of SG) v SM
Sabrina advised, pleaded and successfully secured settlement in a fatal accident claim arising out of an RTA in which liability and quantum were in dispute. Liability centred upon issues of ice and mud on road and underinflation of tyres. Sabrina also represented the family at the inquest, securing a favourable narrative verdict on behalf of the family.
SG v AL
Sabrina advised on issues of contributory negligence and quantum and assisted in securing settlement of £200,000 in a claim where Claimant, a pedestrian, sustained a mild traumatic brain injury as a result of being run over by a motorbike
Ansell v PA Baxter & Sons Limited
Sabrina advised on liability and quantum and successfully secured favourable settlement where Claimant developed CRPS following an accident at work
Novikovaite v Transport for London
Sabrina advised and successfully secured settlement in a dependency claim involving a cohabitee and son arising out of the Croydon Train Derailment
MS v TLS
Advised and successfully secured £250,000 settlement following a JSM for the Claimant following an assault by a student where the Claimant had sustained PTSD and was unable to return to a teaching career.