Vicki Seabrook > Tees Law > Cambridge, England > Lawyer Profile

Tees Law

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Medical Negligence and Personal Injury



Vicki is a medical negligence solicitor with over 40 years’ experience. She founded her own legal firm “Scrivenger Seabrook” in 1989 and was managing director until October 2019 when she transferred her business to Tees. She specialises in all medical negligence claims and strives to deliver the best possible service for each and every client, drawing upon a wealth of knowledge and experience.


She qualified in 1979 and worked as a lawyer at The Royal College of Nursing. She left The Royal College of Nursing in 1985 and worked for several firms in London specialising in clinical negligence work. Her experience working as a lawyer in the field of personal injury led to 6 years acting as a solicitor at the Royal College of Nursing where she wrote “Patient Lifting: A Guide For Nurse Managers”. She is proud to have helped to prevent injury and change the lives of so many nurses who are at risk of injury themselves; she views this as the greatest achievement of her professional career. She went on to set up Scrivenger Seabrook in April 1989 before merging with Tees in October 2019.

Lawyer Rankings

East Anglia > Insurance > Personal injury and clinical negligence: claimant

(Leading individuals)

Vicki SeabrookTees Law

The ‘professional and sympathetic‘ team at Tees Law is ‘approachable, understanding and shows genuine care’. The firm handles both catastrophic and lower-value medical negligence claims, and it has lawyers who specialise in inquest work and NHS continuing healthcare claims and appeals. Vastly experienced practice head Janine Collier ‘really cares and is a very dedicated person who just wants to help‘. She secured a seven-figure interim payment for a client suffering from cerebral palsy as a result of skull fractures. Tim Deeming is ‘outstanding in his advice and also realistic‘. Widely acknowledged PI expert Vicki Seabrook and ‘polite and efficient’ associate Sarah Stocker also play key roles in the practice.