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Sue Bowler, Partner - Head of Services for Vulnerable and Disabled People, Coffin Mew

Sue Bowler

Partner - Head of Services for Vulnerable and Disabled People at Coffin Mew

Portsmouth, United Kingdom

About Me

What’s your role? I’m committed to securing justice for seriously injured clients, whether those injuries arise as a result of an accident or medical negligence. The type of work I do often means that obtaining a good award of compensation is only part of the service that clients need. It is often possible for me to be instrumental in putting a regime of rehabilitation in place to assist an injured person’s recovery and provide the greatest possible chance of regaining the quality of life they may feel they have lost. I can also obtain interim payments for my clients as the cases progress in order to ease financial hardship. I also act as Professional Deputy for clients who lack mental capacity to manage their own property and financial affairs, and who are therefore subject to the Court of Protection – a team I lead at Coffin Mew. What are your specialisms? Brain injuries sustained as a result of injury or clinical negligence Other complex and high value personal injury and clinical negligence claims including: Severe psychological injuries Fatal accidents Multiple injuries Much of my current work includes obtaining evidence to value catastrophic clinical negligence claims. I have a reputation in the team for being able to get to grips with difficult cases, work out a strategic plan and move the matter forward swiftly to achieve a successful outcome for the client. Your experience? I have secured numerous multi-million pound settlements for the victims of catastrophic injuries. I am one of the leading Brain Injury Lawyers in the south of England, with 20 years’ experience. Although I am a partner I remain a dedicated hands-on lawyer continuing to provide advice and service for my clients, most of who have suffered complex brain injuries and have significant disabilities. I provide high levels of client care and quality of service to clients and their families who are often in desperate need. They want simple explanations and solutions so that the legal process does not add to the stress that they are already suffering.

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