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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

FRANCISCAN HOUSE, 51 PRINCES STREET, IPSWICH, IP1 1UR, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0845 497 97 97
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Fax 0845 497 2431
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3249 IPSWICH
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www.eversheds-sutherland.com
Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP, Kirsten Almond, Ipswich, ENGLAND

Kirsten Almond

Tel:
Work +44 1473 284 451
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Eversheds Sutherland

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Kirsten is a Senior Associate within our Corporate Claims team. She joined Eversheds in 2008 having previously carried out Claimant PI and general litigation work at a local firm. Since this date Kirsten has acted for various large corporate/public bodies defending EL, PL, product liability, and clinical negligence claims.

Kirsten's experience includes:

  • Acting for a credit provider in a number of claims arising from faulty PIP breast implants, to include advising the board on strategy and valuation;
  • Dealt with claims against the police for wrongful arrest, false imprisonment and damage to property, as well as a high value RTA fatality arising from a police pursuit;
  • Managing claims against prisons by both staff and prisoners including false imprisonment and general PI claims;
  • Acting for a research council in claims arising from staff working on ships around the world and advising on the shipping laws covering such claims;
  • Assisting in a clinical negligence claim arising from an injury following bariatric surgery;
  • Advising on a complicated claim involving 6 parties arising from an accident on a race track during testing at a proving ground;
  • Dealing with claims relating to hair treatment and damage arising from the same;
  • Assisting in a claim arising from an accident concerning the rail industry with complicated contractual issues; and
  • Assisting in a US case to obtain a deposition from a UK resident and co-ordinating the same

Position

Senior Associate

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