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Julie Taberer

Julie has worked exclusively in the field of personal injury since qualifying in 2006. She has worked on a wide variety of cases, including clinical negligence, serious personal injury, and sexual abuse cases.

Julie has also represented many clients in their application to the Lambeth Redress Scheme for compensation for historic sexual abuse and in some cases recovered significant levels of financial compensation above the scheme’s financial limit. She also worked on the Sexual Abuse Inquiry.

Julie’s current clinical negligence cases include claims for traumatic birth injuries, delayed diagnosis of cancer and cases where surgical errors have had a significant impact on her clients. Her serious personal injury cases include accidents at work, road traffic accidents, fatal accident claims and historic sexual abuse cases.

Many of Julie’s clients have experienced events which can be traumatic, difficult, and challenging for them and their loved ones to cope with and this can often be life changing. Her focus is one of support and engaging with insurers to work collaboratively to achieve the best outcome for her clients. She helps them unravel and understand what can be a complicated process and helps them secure funding for treatment where possible as well as compensation for their physical and psychological injuries as well as future needs.

Julie has also worked on the Infected Blood Inquiry and is currently working on a group action arising out of the infected blood scandal where our clients were infected as children while attending boarding school.

Julie was previously a member of an NHS Research Ethics Committee where her role was to review proposed research from an ethical viewpoint and help to decide whether the research should be approved. This assisted in protecting patients and the public whilst promoting good ethical research.

Contact Julie on jtaberer@collinslaw.co.uk