Alexandra is a solicitor in the clinical negligence department. Alexandra joined the clinical negligence team as a graduate paralegal in November 2012 assisting on a wide range of clinical negligence cases before securing a training contract in 2015. Prior to joining Stephensons, Alexandra obtained an upper second class honours degree in law from the University of Central Lancashire and a distinction in the Legal Practice Course.
Alexandra qualified as a solicitor in September 2017 and has a varied caseload of clinical negligence claims including:
- Delay in diagnosis of cancer
- Orthopaedic injury
- Surgical error
- Inappropriate and delayed medical treatment
- Dental claims
Alexandra has also assisted on amputation, brain injury and cerebral palsy claims. In addition to her role as a solicitor, Alexandra mentors the legal apprentices within the department.
Outside of the office Alexandra enjoys cycling, walking, and spending time with family and friends.
What clients say
"I have been a customer of your firm now for the past few years. My clinical negligence claim was recently settled and I would like to thank Tom & Alex for all the work they have done on my behalf. My condition will never improve but the security of my mortgage being paid will help if my condition deteriorates to the extent I have to reduce my hours further." - view from a client
"Although I didn't really want to pursue the claim I was persuaded by friends and relatives to do so. I contacted Stephensons, out of many possibilities, and was guided through the process, even though I was somewhat doubtful of the success of the claim and whether it would end up costing me money. However, with guidance and reassurance by Stephensons' solicitor and her team, a satisfactory out of court conclusion was achieved and the defendant was forced to make procedural changes to prevent further occurrences of the distressing event I had been faced with." - view from a client