Laura is a catastrophic injury solicitor specialising in both medium and high value complex injury claims, particularly those involving brain and spinal cord injuries, loss of limbs, fatalities, and severe psychiatric harm.
She also assists the firm’s Head of Catastrophic Injury, Ben Posford on his cases.
Laura also deals with fast track litigated claims which comprise mainly cycling cases and accidents at work.
- Settling a claim on behalf of a bereaved fiancé whose husband was killed in the course of his employment;
- Acting for a client who sustained a cauda equina injury following a routine surgery at an NHS hospital;
- Settling a claim for a client who suffered a traumatic brain injured following a road traffic accident.
Laura is a Member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and the London Cycling Campaign (LCC).
Laura regularly takes part in the Brain Injury Group’s “Legal Advice Workshop” giving talks at the Royal National Rehabilitation Hospital to family members and people affected by traumatic brain injury.
Before joining Osbornes in 2012, Laura worked with Human Rights Watch in New York and used to be a coach for the Irish Special Olympics Ski Team.
In her spare time Laura enjoys playing hockey, cycling, skiing and reading.
What our clients say about Laura
“Laura has handled my case very efficiently and I am very happy with the way she has represented me. I wish everyone in the near future that they get such sympathetic, speedy and correct representation that I have received from her”.
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