Called 2006 Email Gemma
Gemma has a mixed practice which encompasses Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury and Court of Protection. She also has an interest in appeals to the First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability). She is most often instructed to attend court in the North East of England, in particular Newcastle Upon Tyne, Sunderland, North Shields, and Middlesbrough (Teeside).
Gemma undertakes work arising from cases of surgical and pharmaceutical negligence, misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis, inappropriate treatment and lack of consent. She regularly advises in claims with losses of up to £500,000, and recently had a case settle for £950,000.
Gemma also undertakes personal injury work for Claimants and Defendants in all areas, including Occupier's and Public Liability, Employer's Liability, Industrial Disease, and Road Traffic.
Gemma is a member of the Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA) and Action Against Medical Accidents (AVMA)
Whilst away from court and her paperwork practice, Gemma enjoys all manner of hobbies including crafting with her children, a sporadic yoga practice, and mastering the art of chicken husbandry. She has recently raised money doing a daily run in order to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital. She hates running.
Gemma is on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/gemmaliebermanPLP
o Occupier's Liability
o Public Liability
o Employer's Liability
o Industrial Disease
o Road Traffic Negligence
Gemma is a confident and approachable senior junior with a busy civil practice. She is happy to accept instructions on behalf of local authorities, governing bodies of all schools, colleges and universities and individuals. Gemma is part of the Education team and is keen to develop her practice further in this area.
Gemma can provide advice to both Claimants and Defendants in Industrial Disease Claims.
She has had conduct of cases concerning:
Hand and arm vibration syndrome, latex allergies, asthma, and industrial deafness.
Gemma acts as an inquest advocate, appearing on behalf of both families and healthcare providers in inquests involving hospital and mental health settings, prisons and the community. Gemma has experience of representing parties in front of juries and in Article 2 inquests.
In respect of her Clinical Negligence practice, by way of example, in the last 12 months Gemma has advised on, and assisted with the settlement of cases for Claimants who have suffered from the consequences of:
BA in Comparative Religion, University of Manchester, 1st Class BA Honours (2003) MA in Jewish Studies, University of Manchester, Postgraduate Distinction (2004) Graduate Diploma in Law, College of Law, Chester (2005) Bar Vocational Course, College of Law, London (2006) Queen Mother Scholarship, Middle Temple (2006)
Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA); North East Medico Legal Society; Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL); Action against Medical Accidents (AVMA)