Ms Leticia Williams > Hodge Jones & Allen > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Hodge Jones & Allen
180 NORTH GOWER STREET
LONDON
NW1 2NB
England

Work Department

Personal Injury

Position

She has more than 14 years of experience dealing with all areas of personal injury, specialising in repetitive strain injury claims, complex road traffic accident claims and employment matters. Leticia also takes a keen interest in accident abroad cases, often taking cases on with limitation and jurisdictional issues.

Leticia has a track record of consistently achieving positive results for her clients who have serious and debilitating injuries. She is focussed on obtaining early rehabilitation for her Clients to ensure they start rebuilding their lives as quickly as possible. The medical evidence for these types of cases is often challenging when proving causation. Leticia’s measured and calm approach means she is able to analyse the evidence and is not afraid of taking cases to trial. She is an excellent litigator.

Career

Trained Curwens LLP; Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors 2009 to date; associate 2012; partner 2014, Head of the Personal Injury Team 2019

Memberships

Leticia is a member of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel and is an Accredited Senior Litigator with APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers). Leticia has also been elected as one of eleven Officers to the Executive Committee for APIL in recognition of her expertise and is on the LexisNexis editorial board.

Education

University of Sheffield (2005 Law LLB (Hons)); Nottingham Law School (2007 Legal Practice Course).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Insurance > Personal injury: claimant

(Next Generation Partners)

Leticia Williams Hodge Jones & Allen

Hodge Jones & Allen‘s team is co-led by head of personal injury Leticia Williams and head of asbestos and ‘first-rate litigator’ Isobel Lovett. The team has a strong reputation for its specialism in complex, retrospective mesothelioma work; notably, Lorna Webster recently secured a six-figure settlement on a significant case against Ford Motor Company. The group also has significant experience dealing with other high-value and complex areas of personal injury, involving such difficult and sensitive factors as psychiatric illness and duty of care; road traffic and workplace accidents resulting in traumatic brain injury; severe orthopaedic injury; spinal cord injury; and amputation. Riffat Yaqub, in whom clients ‘rightly have great confidence, often leads on the team’s most complex cases spanning these areas, and is also experienced in assisting foreign claimants who have sustained serious injuries in the UK.