Beth accepts instructions in a wide range of personal injury matters including multi track work, fast track trials, Stage 3 and Disposal Hearings, interlocutory hearings, small claims and costs and case management conferences. She has experience in road traffic, employers’ liability and public liability claims and accepts instructions for both claimants and defendants.
Beth has acted for clients in costs matters covering Detailed Assessments as well as issues over Fundamental Dishonesty, Qualified One Way Costs Shifting and hearings following Provisional Assessment. Beth accepts instructions in all costs work.
Out of court, Beth has a busy paperwork practice including advices and pleadings and is available to advise on liability and quantum at all stages of proceedings.
Beth started training in family law in April 2020. She undertook three months of training with the family team at 18sjs and was successfully mentored by Angela Bennett of this Chambers.
Since September 2020, Beth has accepted her own instructions in family work; she has represented applicants and respondents in private law proceedings and appeared on behalf of parents and guardians in care work including a three-day final hearing.
Beth has a practical approach to cases and provides realistic advice to clients in an accessible way. Her attention to detail and client management enable her to tackle cases robustly and effectively in and out of court.
Outside of Chambers, Beth enjoys watching football and participates in running events throughout the North West.