Tracey Emmott is a solicitor with over 25 years’ experience in personal injury law. Previously she was a partner of a regional firm in the Home Counties.
Tracey has a national reputation in the area of child abuse litigation and has appeared on TV, radio and in the national press. She has successfully brought claims on behalf of survivors of sexual abuse or violence at the hands of priests, teachers, sports coaches, medical practitioners, foster carers, youth workers and scout leaders, pursuing religious institutions, schools, the NHS, the Scouts Association, or perpetrators in person. She has had some notable successes in pursuing claims on behalf of victims of image based sexual abuse.
She was the claimant’s lawyer in the notable and much publicised cases of ‘JGE’ v Roman Catholic Diocese of Portsmouth (Court of Appeal, July 2012). She also acted for the claimants in ‘ABB’ & Others v Milton Keynes Council (High Court, October 2011). She also represented a cohort of victims of abuse in Jersey children’s homes, and was instructed in a ‘group’ action by victims of abuse at St Francis Boys’ Home, Shefford. She provides regular training to support workers of sexual violence.
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Jacqui is a Chartered Legal Executive and represents clients who have suffered sexual and physical abuse in their claims against family members, local authorities, children’s homes and religious organisations.
In addition to this she has extensive experience in all other personal injury claims.
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Megan is our paralegal and holds a first-class honours degree in Law from the University of Kent.
Megan assists on all our cases and is incredibly enthusiastic about advocating for our clients. She is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Association of Child Abuse Lawyers.
She is also currently studying for her Solicitors Qualification Exam with BPP University and is due to qualify in early 2025.
Sarah is our Team Secretary / Office Administrator. She is our warm and friendly ‘first port of call’ and is key to keeping our practice ticking over smoothly.
Sarah has a depth of experience including legal and medical secretarial skills, work in a bailiff’s office, and customer facing roles, making her ‘client care’ second to none.