In a legal career spanning over 25 years I have had the privilege of looking after people pursuing small, moderate and large injury claims. In recent years I have specialised in claims involving more complex injury and clinical negligence cases where injuries have been severe or long-lasting, such as acquired brain and spinal cord injury for both adults and children (including many cerebral palsy claims), fatalities, missed diagnosis claims and diabetic amputees.

Amanda Stevens | Hudgell Solicitors™‎ I have always wanted to help people who have suffered injury and disability and to push the boundaries for better standards of care. I first worked and qualified as a hospital manager with responsibility for patient complaints, medical records and litigation and that experience has served me well for my subsequent career as an injury lawyer.

My formative years as a lawyer were spent at national law firm Charles Russell LLP where I rose through the ranks to become Head of Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury. I left that firm in 2010 to set up a new team of specialist neurotrauma and clinical negligence lawyers at Irwin Mitchell LLP, where we had many successes both through the courts and in negotiated settlements.

I joined Hudgell Solicitors in 2016 as Group Head of Litigation and at the same time was appointed as a Deputy Master in the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court.