I am delighted to be part of a highly-experienced and successful team of brain injury specialists at Hudgell Solicitors.

We know how difficult it is for people to adjust to the huge life changes a brain injury brings, and fully appreciate that no amount of financial compensation can ever return life to normal.

It is with that in mind that we are constantly striving to improve the support we provide to our clients, putting rehabilitation and support at the heart of all of our work.

Personally, I have worked on many cases involving brain injury and spinal cord injury, resulting in settlements as high as £6m for clients.

I also volunteer and am a Trustee/Director of Headway South West London, something which provides me with further valuable experience of working with people with acquired brain injury.

I have also worked with the spinal injury charity Backup Trust, and volunteered as a buddy working with wheelchair users on an activity weekend on Dartmoor.

I was delighted to be named the Claims Professional of the Year at the 2016 Modern Claims Awards.

The award was in recognition of my work in successfully representing many victims of catastrophic injury and securing substantial six and seven figure settlements to help them start rebuilding their lives.

It is rewarding to know your work is firstly appreciated by the clients you serve, but also by others in the same industry. It was a proud moment for me.

Our extensive team of brain injury specialists at Hudgell Solicitors all have vast expertise and experience in handling complex cases, ensuring our clients benefit from not only the very best legal advice and representation, but also key support in their rehabilitation and treatment.

It is with that in mind that we are delighted to provide additional, one-on-one support through our official ambassador Paul Spence, a brain injury victim who has made an inspirational recovery himself and is now committed to helping others walk the same path.

Paul offers a depth of understanding of the daily challenges brain injury sufferers’ face, with the aim of being a positive, understanding role model for them during difficult times.