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I could not be more grateful with it all. And I could not thank you enough for your support!  I did not find any of the claim stressful thanks to you and your team. You were lovely and kind and very understanding!  – Suzy, client of Kirsten
I was incredibly happy with the service provided and Kirsten was always happy to talk through anything I didn’t understand.  I felt I knew what was happening at all times.  Thank you for all your hard work. – Angela, client of Kirsten

Kirsten specialises exclusively in clinical negligence claims.

She deals with a wide range of medical negligence cases including those against private doctors and clinics, NHS Hospitals and GPs, in cases of severe injury including neurological damage.  Kirsten also works on fatal cases, often representing families at inquests. She has successfully settled a number of high value and complex clinical negligence claims on behalf of her clients, including birth injury claims for children born with cerebral palsy as a result of medical negligence.

Kirsten has a special interest in cases involving the delayed diagnosis of cancer, including a number of claims arising out of the delayed diagnosis of Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

Cases where Kirsten has recently obtained successful settlements for her clients include

  • KL v DV: a claim for the widow of a man whose GP failed to prescribe him anti-seizure medication as requested by his hospital doctors, resulting in his death.
  • JH v Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust: representing the family of eight year old GH at the inquest into his death after he died during surgery to repair an atrioventricular septal defect (AVSD).
  • AR v Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: a claim for the failure to monitor her client’s ulcerative colitis and act on early signs of bowel cancer.  This delayed diagnosis allowed the cancer to advance and caused the premature death of her client.
  • IA v King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: a claim for the incorrect administration of chemotherapy resulting in Kirsten’s client suffering from neuropathy (numbness in hands and feet).
  • ZA v Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust: a claim for a young man who suffered a stroke during heart surgery.

Kirsten in the news

Trust the experts? Solicitors Journal 1.8.17

Secondary victims: are the newly restrictive rules from the Court of Appeal now being tightened even further? Kirsten Wall PI Brief Update Law Journal 17.9.15

Discipline hospital staff, says family of man who died after 'gross failure' in basic care Evening Standard 17.6.15

What clients say about Kirsten

"I would like to express my very sincere gratitude to you for your hard work to help me and my family to win the case" - Michael.

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Accreditations

  • Law Society clinical negligence accreditation

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