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Lorraine is a Partner based at our Hull office and covers all areas of medical negligence. She is well known for her specialist areas including birth injury claims, claims relating to the development of pressure sores, cancer related claims and representing families at inquests.
Lorraine is also the firm’s Training Partner and mentors all trainee solicitors supporting them through their qualifications. As well as this, Lorraine is a guest lecturer at Coventry University Scarborough Campus and lectures in civil litigation.
Lorraine qualified as a Charted Legal Executive in 2003 and went on to complete the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law being admitted as a Solicitor in January 2013, becoming a Partner of the firm soon after. Prior to joining Bridge McFarland LLP in 2003 she worked at Heptonstalls Solicitors.
The UK Legal 500, 2018-19 said:
Bridge McFarland LLP has the capabilities to handle a full spectrum of clinical negligence matters. Lorraine Taylor heads the clinical negligence practice in Hull and has experience in birth injury claims as well as representing families at inquests.
Supervisor: Stephen Oldridge
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“I am very grateful for the help and consideration given by Lorraine and her team. A long job well done.”
“I cannot thank you enough for all that you have done. Your advice throughout has been wonderful – and you have been a great source of support over a difficult time. My son Geoffrey also asked for his thanks to be passed on to you.”
“Thank you to you and your staff for helping us reach a settlement which was way above anything I could have ever imagined. Although it won’t bring (my husband) back it will go a long way to helping me adjust.”
“I am over the moon and if anyone would ever need a solicitor I would definitely send them to Bridge McFarland, because you couldn’t get any better. I can’t thank you enough.”