Rosalind is a Legal Director in the Healthcare team at Clyde & Co.
With a background in personal injury claims, she is now a specialist clinical negligence lawyer who achieves excellent outcomes for her clients. Rosalind has a high value caseload dealing with cases of the utmost severity, to include brain injuries in children and adults, amputation and serious psychiatric injury. She has wide experience of other difficult related healthcare issues such as Human Rights Act claims and Deprivation of Liberty.
Rosalind has represented doctors, dentists, nurses and other healthcare professionals, including radiographers, optometrists and osteopaths, in both the public and private sectors.
Severely brain damaged child from birth where life expectancy was shortened during the claim to only 5 more years
Liability dispute in relation to care provided to a schizophrenic psychiatric patient whose failed suicide attempt left him with life-changing injuries
Brain tumour not diagnosed in young adult and then inappropriate treatment given with subsequent brain surgery (also potentially negligent) in the US
Failed diagnosis of brain tumour in two-year old child resulting in life-changing injuries
Birth injury where subtle brain damage in the context of unrelated autism necessitated delayed quantification