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Louise Hart

Partner

T: 01225 730 215 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
E: louise.hart@roydswithyking.com

Louise is a partner in our well-established Personal Injury team and has 25 years’ experience of dealing with all types of personal injury work. Louise specialises in acting for clients who have suffered from limb loss and acting for clients who suffer from CRPS and is committed to raising awareness of CRPS.



I contacted Royds Withy King after a serious road traffic accident, and it proved to be one of the best decisions I ever made. As soon as I met Louise Hart, I knew that I was in safe hands. She took all the troubles off my shoulders by sorting out both medical and legal matters for me, in the most efficient and straightforward manner. She ensured the most positive outcome possible, and it was very gratifying to be supported by such a first rate solicitor and her team.

Royds Withy King client

[Louise Hart was] very professional and friendly, I felt listened to and felt really supported when I was vulnerable, low and in pain. Money was obviously a big concern not being able to work, my solicitor managed to get me interim payments which stopped me getting into debt.

Client of Louise Hart

About Louise

Louise has been recognised by The Law Society Personal Injury Accreditation Scheme for 15 years. Described by The Legal 500 UK as “caring, competent, well-organised and highly effective“, and in the latest Chambers & Partners as “very clear, dynamic and precise.” She deals with claims resulting from accidents at work, road traffic accidents, occupiers’ liability accidents and accidents involving children.

Louise’s experience is extensive and includes acting for clients suffering from:

Louise joined Royds Withy King in 1992 and qualified in 1994. She became a partner in the firm in 2000.

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Helping clients with their personal injury claims is all part of the rehabilitation process and helping them get their lives back. I like clients to think of me as their friend as well as their advisor who helps in finding a clear route through their difficulties. As a Mum, I’ve become particularly interested in representing children who have been injured and helping their families cope with the traumas

Louise Hart

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The future of prosthetics – two companies delivering fun and function to children who’ve experienced limb loss

24 October 2019

Louise Hart, partner in our Personal Injury team and expert in limb loss claims, takes a look at a couple of inspiring organisations making prosthetics easier to access for kids who live with limb loss across the world.

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Legal solutions to our digital future

22 October 2019

At Royds Withy King our lawyers work closely with technology-rich businesses to help bring new tech to market, and with businesses wanting to implement new technologies and innovations – from cloud-based outsourcing to AI and machine learning – across their operations.

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What if fingers cannot be re-attached? How prosthetics tech helps those who have experienced injury to their hands

29 August 2019

Recent news that a man may regain the full use of his hand after severing most of it in an accident demonstrates how amazing modern medicine can be, but what happens when fingers can’t be re-attached?

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Is amputation the answer for CRPS sufferers?

21 January 2019

Many people who experience CRPS might think their only way to relieve the pain once and for all is to remove the affected limb (or limbs). Is this the right course of action though? Louise Hart, specialist CRPS solicitor, helps you to understand the current thinking from both a practitioners’ and patients’ perspective.

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Royds Withy King marks Colour The World Orange Day with £5,000 donation to CRPS UK

4 November 2019

Royds Withy King are marking Colour The World Orange Day with a donation to leading national Complex Regional Pain Syndrome charity, CRPS UK.

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How we helped secure over £1.64 million for a CRPS claimant whose life was changed by a car accident

22 January 2019

After Caroline’s (we have changed our client’s name to protect her confidentiality) life was changed by a car accident which caused her to develop CRPS, our team helped her to get the rehabilitation she needed as well as significant compensation …

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Our Bath office helps to colour the world orange

15 November 2017

Partners and staff from our Bath offices put on their best orange outfits and took part in an orange-themed bake off and cake sale to show their support for a global awareness campaign organised locally by CRPS UK, the country’s first charity to raise awareness and provide support to people suffering from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

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Royds Withy King helps to colour the world orange

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Over £375,000 secured in out of court settlement for motorcyclist who suffered significant injuries after road traffic accident

5 November 2019

Louise Hart and our specialist Personal Injury team helped a young motorcyclist secure significant compensation after his left foot was crushed in a collision with a car.

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Man receives £785,000 out of court settlement after defective saw severs fingers and damages hand

2 June 2017

The Claimant, a 29 year old man received £785,000.00 for the personal injuries sustained whilst operating a defective saw which kicked back causing his left hand to be taken in towards the blade of the saw, causing him to sustain an amputation of his left hand below the level of his little and ring finger and sustain extensive injuries to his middle and index finger.

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Successful compensation and rehabilitation following an accident at work

27 January 2012

Mr S* was an experienced road re-surfacer with over 20 years experience in the industry at the time of his accident. On the day, he was part of a team using a paving machine to spread surface material onto a road.

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Accident at work amputee receives £135,000 compensation

22 January 2012

Accidents at work are all too common. Injured workers are often not at fault where proper training hasn’t been given. That was what happened to ‘Mr K’* who suffered an amputated finger while working as a coach builder using a circular saw.

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