Danielle Callaway



Danielle is a solicitor within the personal injury department at Stephensons.

Danielle began her career at Stephensons as a graduate paralegal within the personal injury department, prior to being awarded a training contract with the firm which commenced in 2008.

After completing her training contract Danielle returned to the personal injury department and began her current role as a qualified solicitor in 2011. Since then, she has developed substantial expertise in all areas of personal injury law.

In addition to her role as a solicitor, Danielle assists the department manager in risk assessing new cases and is responsible for supervision of other case handlers within the team. She is also involved with business development and regularly attends conferences and events which are relevant to the claims industry.

Danielle is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

Areas of specialism

  • Accidents at work
  • Public liability cases
  • Occupier’s liability cases
  • Product liability cases
  • CICA claims
  • Accidents abroad
  • Complex RTA claims
  • Industrial disease claims
  • Professional negligence

Cases of note

On her first day as a qualified solicitor Danielle settled a claim for £125,000 damages. The case involved a client who suffered serious injuries in an accident at work.

More recently, Danielle secured the maximum compensation award of £500,000.00 from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority for a child who had sustained a brain injury as a result of domestic abuse.

What clients think

“I would like to say to you how pleased I have been with the way you have dealt with my claim. You made it very easy for me.” 

"Thank you so much for managing to negotiate an increased settlement for me, I am delighted. I would just like to say how grateful I am that you were appointed  to manage my case, you have been extremely professional, super efficient and I feel have genuinely worked very hard on getting a fair and just settlement for me. It is very much appreciated and a successful outcome."