Caroline Webber-Brown is an experienced, Legal 500 recommended medical negligence solicitor. Having previously worked for two well known law firms she joined Slee Blackwell in 2020, quickly becoming a partner. She has a strong focus in cases involving catastrophic injuries for both children and adults.
Caroline’s clinical negligence expertise includes negligent cosmetic surgery, gynaecological, urological and colorectal conditions, delayed diagnosis of cancer and sepsis, brain damage, birth injuries, orthopaedic injuries, surgical errors and GP negligence.
She has a close association with the Rectopexy Mesh Victims and Support Group, providing free legal advice. Her extensive caseload of mesh claims includes many clients who have transferred from other firms as they prefer Caroline’s personal approach.
At the heart of Caroline’s practice is her care and compassion. She works hard to provide first class client care, ensuring that her clients remain fully informed throughout the process of bringing a legal action, while making it as stress free as possible. She works closely with case managers, rehabilitation specialists and independent financial advisers to ensure that her clients receive support and advice both during and after a case. Where required she will obtain advance compensation payments to fund vital rehabilitation and treatment.
Caroline’s career highlights include:
– Securing an award of £4 million for a gentleman who suffered blindness following the failure of medical practitioners to diagnosis hydrocephalus.
– Obtaining a compensation award in excess of £500,000 for a client who sustained injuries as a result of mismanagement following spinal surgery.
– Settling three different cases all in excess of £300,000, for women who suffered birth injuries.
– Recovering in excess of £250,000 for failure to diagnosis a bowel perforation.
– A settlement in excess of £180,000 for a man who suffered nerve damage during an ankle replacement procedure due to incorrect placement of the screws.
– Successfully obtaining a £1.4 million settlement for a woman who underwent a rectopexy mesh surgery performed by Mr. Dixon, when it was medically unnecessary.