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Charlotte Webb

Solicitor

T: 01225 730 292 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
E: charlotte.webb@roydswithyking.com

Charlotte is a solicitor in our Personal Injury team, specialising in brain and spinal injuries, and is based in our Bath office.



About Charlotte

Charlotte graduated with a Law degree from the University of the West of England and has previously worked for a national law firm specialising in representing clients with catastrophic injuries.

Charlotte joined Royds Withy King in March 2016. She works as one of the solicitors in a close knit team representing clients who have suspect brain and spinal injuries.

Memberships

Charlotte is a committee member of the Bristol Women Lawyers Division.

Interests

Outside of work, Charlotte enjoys live music and is a regular gig attendee. She is also active in local politics.

Our clients have often had life changing injuries and I find it incredibly rewarding to help them to try and get their lives back on track.

Charlotte Webb

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