Sarah is a Senior Associate in the aviation practice group. Her practice consists of mainly contentious aviation matters including the defence of passenger claims on behalf of airlines and their insurers, with particular expertise in claims handling strategy in the context of the Montreal Convention 1999. Sarah also has a special interest in medically complex personal injury matters.
Sarah manages a caseload for several major airlines and their respective insurers in defending personal injury, baggage and cargo claims. She has experience with litigation in a number of international jurisdictions with a focus on Africa and the Middle East. Sarah has particular interest in medicine and more complicated personal injury claims.
Sarah has notable court experience for her qualification years and has assisted on a number of complex personal injury matters involving English litigation in the High Court with one case of suspected serious fraud on the part of the Claimant, and one £12 million claim which was successfully defended at trial.
She studied at the University of Southampton and graduated with a first class degree in law. Sarah completed her training contract with the firm before qualifying into the aviation practice group in 2017.