Amy acts in a wide range of claims where delayed diagnosis, surgical and post-operative mismanagement and medical mismanagement have caused life changing injuries.

Amy has an expertise in claims involving spinal cord injuries, and a particular interest in claims that involve the delayed diagnosis of spinal infection and injuries resulting from spinal surgery. Amy’s expertise also includes claims arising from injuries at birth and where injuries have resulted from the mismanagement and delayed diagnosis of meningitis and sepsis.



In the Legal 500 Amy is described as “a lethal litigator and formidable opponent with total mastery of her cases” and is ranked as a Next Generation Partner in a department described as “Premier League leaders in the field”.

In Chambers and Partners Amy is recognised as an up and coming partner: “Amy is excellent. She is supportive of her clients and meticulous.”



Amy qualified into the clinical negligence department of a respected London firm in 2006 and moved to Stewarts in 2009. Amy was promoted to partner in 2021.


  • Represents a child who has multiple amputations following the delayed diagnosis of toxic shock syndrome. Having obtained early admissions of liability, Amy has obtained interim payments to date totalling £2.6m.
  • Acted for a 76-year-old woman who sustained an incomplete spinal cord injury following the delayed diagnosis of a spinal infection, achieving an award of £3.65m in damages.
  • Obtained a liability judgment in a case involving the delayed recognition of a Group B streptococcal infection at birth leading to meningitis and severe brain injury.
  • Acted for a 43-year-old woman following a misreported cervical smear test resulting in the diagnosis of terminal cervical cancer. The claim settled for £1.3m.
  • Successfully represented the Claimant in the Court of Appeal hearing of Lesforis v Tolias [2019] EWCA Civ 487.

Accreditations and Memberships

  • APIL Member


When not running around after her two young sons, Amy enjoys live music, cooking and listening to podcasts. She also loves interior design and architecture and is running out of space for her collection of Elle Decoration magazines, which she has been collecting for the last 10 years.