Elizabeth Johnson > Ashfords LLP > Exeter, England > Lawyer Profile

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Personal Injury




Elizabeth is an Associate (CILEx) in the Insurance and Liability Claims Team with extensive experience in all sectors of personal injury law.

Elizabeth advises public bodies, private companies, insurers and individuals on a wide number of issues. She offers a robust assessment of risks and tactics tailored to each case. Once a strategy is in place she uses her experience to offer commercial, pragmatic and cost effective solutions to her clients. She has particular experience in workplace accidents and public sector claims, giving sound commercial advice in each case.

Elizabeth is a member of our Data Protection Team and advises clients on all aspects of claims arising from breaches of the Data Protection Act.

With over 20 years’ experience in her field, she is a skilled negotiator and understands her clients’ needs and priorities, whether it be gathering evidence for trial or negotiating commercial settlement.

The litgation sector has changed rapidly in recent years. Elizabeth offers sound, commercial advice to her clients. In a market in which fixed fees are more prevalent Elizabeth offers a quality service to clients. Elizabeth brings her personality, people skills, extensive technical experience and attention to detail to the table to achieve a ‘results driven’ solution to cases.

Lawyer Rankings

South West > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Dorset, Devon and Cornwall

For corporate and contractual disputes, professional negligence claims and contentious reputation management work, Ashfords LLP‘s commercial litigation group is a popular choice among regional, national and international private and public sector clients. Practice head Andrew Perkins focuses on shareholder and contractual disputes, while Jason Squire has particular experience in farming and construction partnership disputes and medical professional negligence claims. The group also has an expanding data breach practice, for which associate Elizabeth Johnson is highlighted.