Shannon has significant experience of complex and high-value catastrophic injury cases.
Shannon acts in claims where delayed diagnosis, surgical and post-operative mismanagement and medical mismanagement have caused life changing injuries.
She trained in Stewarts’ Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury departments where she assisted in the settlement of a number of multimillion pound catastrophic injury claims.
Shannon was promoted to Associate at Stewarts in 2022. She is a member of Stewarts’ Clinical Negligence department in London, which is top rated in The Legal 500 directory.
Shannon studied Law at the University of Exeter before completing the LPC LLM at the University of Law. She joined Stewarts in 2018 as a paralegal in the Personal Injury department before commencing her training contract in 2020. Shannon qualified into the Clinical Negligence department in 2022.
Accreditations and Memberships
- Junior Lawyers Division, The Law Society
- APIL member
Will the offence of using a mobile phone while driving be brought into line with modern technology? 29 March 2021
Client case study: Expectant father who sustained stroke on holiday secures crucial interim payments and lifetime compensation. 14 June 2022
Shannon loves to travel and explore new places, most recently visiting New York and Cappadocia. She also regularly attends the theatre and her favourite shows include Les Misérables, Dear Evan Hansen and Heathers. Shannon is a keen baker and enjoys taking part in The Great Stewarts Bake Off each year.