Providing practical, straight-forward advice to her clients, Lorna’s approach is pro-active and compassionate; working with her clients to achieve the best outcome for them.
Lorna exclusively acts for individuals who have been involved in serious accidents or suffered an injury as a result of some form of clinical negligence and brings a wealth of expertise to each case.
As a member of the Headway Head Injury Solicitors Directory Lorna is well placed to advise in relation to claims involving an acquired brain injury.
With a wealth of experience in the medical sector, Lorna has particular expertise in claims which involve life-changing injuries and advising bereaved families. She has specialist knowledge in relation to claims involving, acquired brain injury, bowel injuries, inadequate orthopaedic surgery and gynaecological injuries. She also acts for clients where there has been abuse in a medical or clinical setting.
Lorna provides an approachable and sympathetic service to her clients. She prides herself on supporting them through the process of bringing a claim and ensuring a positive outcome is reached.
‘Lorna dealt with everything very sensitively and was very kind. She took the time to explain everything to all of us which was much appreciated.’
‘Lorna was always there to answer queries and questions. She was extremely helpful and worked tirelessly.’
‘Exemplary service, support and help from Lorna at all times. She always goes the extra mile to help us. We’re very grateful for everything she has done.’
‘Lorna Lymer was the ultimate professional but displayed a very caring and friendly atmosphere during all the proceedings.’
‘The service from Lorna Lymer has been exemplary and she has dealt with the entire case in a proficient and helpful manner. It has been a pleasure to have Lorna handle my claim.’
‘The word thanks cannot be enough Lorna, your work throughout this process has been thorough, diligent and supportive, and I honestly cannot thank you enough. I was so glad that I did
some research and found your company in Gloucester, and I doubt that any ‘TV’ type company could have achieved this result.’