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Becky Randel

Solicitor

T: 01225 459 936 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
E: becky.randel@roydswithyking.com

Becky is a solicitor in our Bath office and is currently working in our Medical Negligence team.



About Becky

Becky’s interests lie in clinical negligence, inquests and fatal claims and investigating where substandard care has been provided in medical, care, police, prison or mental health services.

Becky completed the Legal Practice Course in 2017 after working for five years at an international human rights and criminal justice organisation.

Interests

Outside of work, Becky enjoys playing hockey and recently joined Firebrands hockey club in Bristol having just moved to the South West from London.

Clients who I work with often come to us at a difficult time having suffered loss or injury that could have been avoided. It is hugely rewarding to help guide clients through the technical legal and medical issues of an inquest or a claim to get them answers to what went wrong and seek compensation for their injuries.

Becky Randel

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