Davies and Partners Solicitors’ Legal Director Suzanne Williams, has a double celebration, having received recognition in the prestigious Chambers and Partners directory 2021 and achieving reaccreditation on to The Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme.
Chambers and Partners is a rigorous, independent processes that is recognised as the gold standard in legal insight.
Suzanne who is on the Firm’s Board and heads up the Bristol office’s Medical Negligence Team, has been highlighted in Chambers and Partners for over five years. This year’s entry states that: Suzanne is “well versed in matters concerning catastrophic brain and spinal injuries. A source remarks that she has “excellent judgement and an eye for detail,” adding: “She chases the issues in a case.”
In addition, Suzanne has gained reaccreditation onto the Law Society’s prestigious Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme. The Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation is a recognised quality standard for practitioners representing claimants in clinical negligence matters. The Law Society’s stringent rules require a formal application for reaccreditation every three years. Suzanne has achieved Accreditation on to the Scheme for the last 12 years.
With over 23 years of experience and having been involved in many challenging and complex cases during her career, Suzanne has specialist knowledge in all areas of medical negligence. However, she has developed particular expertise in claims involving catastrophic brain and spinal injuries, including cerebral palsy and maternal birth injuries, amputations, sepsis and fatal injury claims.
Suzanne’s reaccreditation means the firm can now has four Law Society Clinical Negligence Accredited specialists. The other three members of the team on the Panel are the Firm’s Chief Executive and Head of Medical Negligence, Ewan Lockhart, Legal Director Tracy Edwards and Senior Associate Rachel Bowen.
Commenting Suzanne said, “I am delighted to have gained recognition in Chambers and Partners once again and for gaining reaccreditation onto the prestigious Law Society Clinical Negligence Accreditation Scheme. Clinical negligence cases are exceptionally complex and require the input of a solicitor with specialist skills, knowledge, and sensitivity. Chambers and Partners acknowledgement and my Law Society’ Reaccreditation provides clients with confidence in my expertise to successfully manage highly specialist clinical negligence cases.”