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Duncan Lewis Solicitors

SPENCER HOUSE, 29 GROVE HILL ROAD, HARROW ON THE HILL, HA1 3BN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 033 3772 0409
Fax:
Fax 020 7923 3320
DX:
4216 HARROW
Email:
Web:
www.duncanlewis.com

Rebecca Thomas

Tel:
Work 02031141309
Email:
Duncan Lewis Solicitors

Work Department

Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury

Position

Rebecca is a director of clinical negligence and personal injury at Duncan Lewis, she has over 20 years’ experience acting in this area of law. She is responsible for risk assessing all of the clinical negligence and personal injury claims handled by the firm.

Rebecca specialises in dealing with severe and complex clinical negligence and personal injury cases including, but not limited to; claims involving birth injuries, brain injuries, surgical injuries and orthopaedic injuries resulting from delay, misdiagnosis or negligent spinal or gastrointestinal surgery. She also has extensive experience in representing clients in ophthalmic cases including retinal detachment and laser surgery claims.

Rebecca also has extensive experience as a licensing specialist. She has represented a variety of clients including restaurateurs, club owners, publicans and festival organisers. Rebecca applied for and obtained one of the first 24 hour licences for premises inside the O2 Arena as well as a new Premises Licence for a festival on the Isle of Wight.

Career

Rebecca joined Duncan Lewis in May 2016 as a partner-level director in clinical negligence. Prior to joining Duncan Lewis, Rebecca was head of clinical negligence, personal injury and licensing at a leading legal 500 firm in the West End.

Member

Rebecca is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) which means she has proven competence and expertise in dealing with personal injury claims.

Education

Rebecca took her postgraduate solicitors final examination at the College of Law and obtained her LLB (Hons) from the University of Westminster.


South East: Insurance

Clinical negligence: claimant

Within: Clinical negligence: claimant

The 'dedicated and hardworking clinical negligence team' at Duncan Lewis Solicitors is 'a safe bet and gets good results'. It is best known for its work on brain, spinal and neurological injury claims for both children and adults against NHS and private hospitals, while also covering obstetric, neonatal, cerebral palsy, anaesthetic, cardiac, organ damage, surgical, emergency care and prescription matters. 'First-class lawyer' and department lead Rebecca Thomas is recommended.

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