“Thank you for all your efforts. You have been wonderful to say the least.”
“Thank you for all your help and support.”
“I would like to say thank you for all the help and the professionalism exhibited in this matter and I’m very satisfied with the outcome.”
Rebecca represents clients at Police Stations, Magistrates Courts and Crown Courts in a wide range of cases- from speeding to rape. Her cases are regularly mentioned in the local press.
Rebecca has a particular interest in dangerous dog cases and driving offences appearing in various courts for her clients.
Rebecca continues to act for Personal Injury Clients, her main areas of specialism include accidents at work, road traffic accidents and public liability.
Rebecca read Law at the University of Lincoln before completing the Legal Practice Course at De Montfort University in Leicester.
Rebecca is a mentor at Lincoln University for second year law students.
Rebecca is also a Senior Associate at the firm.
When not at work, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family. Rebecca also enjoys going to the gym, writing and running.
Rebecca loves researching anything surrounding the law and enjoys reading Lee Child books.
Areas of Law
- Business Defence
- Crown Court Representation
- Duty Police Station Advice
- Magistrates Court Representation
- Military Law
- Motoring Offences
- Regulatory Law
- Accident at work
- Accident in a public place
- Child Accident Claims
- CICA Claim
- Cycling claim
- Dog Attack
- Head & Brain Injury Claims
- Military Accident Claim
- Motorbike Accident claim
- Road traffic Accident
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