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Ingrid Esien

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Seth Lovis & Co

Work Department

Industrial Disease


Associate Solicitor


In the past 15 years since qualifying as a Solicitor, Ingrid has gained extensive experience in dealing with a wide range of personal injury claims. She specialises in all manner of claims relating to accidents at work.  

Ingrid has particular expertise in handling claims on behalf of individuals who have developed asbestos related conditions as result of previous exposure to asbestos dust.  She has handled many claims for fatal mesothelioma, asbestos related lung cancer, asbestosis and pleural thickening. 

Before joining the firm in 2010, Ingrid spent a number of years representing individuals on behalf of various Union clients and as a result gained experience of the issues relating to different types of industries and work environments. 

She is committed to securing the best possible outcome for her clients and where appropriate and possible will seek to obtain an interim or up-front payment of compensation at the earliest opportunity.  She takes time to understand clients’ individual needs and concerns which is of particular importance where an individual has been diagnosed with a terminal illness or is dealing with a bereavement, for example.    


English, French, German


1997 – 1999 – College of Law, London

1986 – 1990 – Newnham College, Cambridge

London: Insurance

Personal injury: claimant

Within: Personal injury: claimant

Seth Lovis & Co is well regarded for its handling of personal and military injury cases and it has a substantial practice dealing with challenging claims related to exposure to asbestos. The team attracts praise for its 'very good response times' and for providing 'carefully thought-out and accurate advice'. Key individuals are industrial disease department head John Jackiewicz and 'highly analytical and very efficient' associate Ingrid Esien, who is 'passionately involved in fighting for a positive outcome'. The team acted for a claimant in respect of illnesses related to asbestos exposure; following his death, the case was continued on behalf of his executrix and the team managed to secure a settlement for the estate. In other work, it acted for an ex-member of the armed forces who alleged work-related hearing loss.

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