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Megan has extensive experience of High Court litigation acting for claimants with injuries of the utmost severity. Her cases focus on brain injury, spinal cord injury and amputation. Megan has successfully recovered over £40m damages for clients. She has concluded a number of complex cases at trial, litigating on issues including security of damages for those opting for periodical payments and provisional damages for those who have suffered a spinal cord injury.
Matters on which Megan has acted include acting for the family involved in a well-publicised accident on the A24, following which the defendant driver was sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment for causing death by dangerous driving. Megan also acted for the claimant in the widely referenced case of Kotula v EDF Energy and Others.
Megan qualified as a solicitor in 2005. She joined Stewarts in 2007 after spending two years working at Irwin Mitchell and was made a senior associate in 2012.
Megan is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Megan enjoys skiing, open-water swimming and pilates. She is also a keen amateur upholsterer.