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Lucy Crawford

Lucy Crawford


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Lucy joined the firm in 2009 and after completing her training contract became a member of our Medical Negligence claims team in September 2012. Lucy manages a varied caseload and particularly specialises in representing families following the death of a loved one in civil claims for compensation.

About Lucy

Lucy undertakes a wide range of cases and has a particular interest in:

Lucy also assists other members of the team on complex cases involving injuries of maximum severity, such as birth injury and cerebral palsy claims and fatal accident claims.

Lucy is Secretary for the Oxford Medico-Legal Society which promotes discussion between medics and lawyers in the Oxfordshire area.

She is also one of the duty solicitors for the Oxford Citizens Advice Bureau which seeks to provide free legal advice to people most in need.


  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
  • Berks, Bucks & Oxfordshire Incorporated Law Society (BB&O)
  • Oxford Medico-Legal Society (OMLS)

From the moment I joined the Clinical Negligence team I knew this was ‘it’. Throughout my training contract I have been fortunate to get exposed to a wide variety of teams and disciplines. Like many other trainees, I found this challenging at times; however as soon as I joined the Clinical Negligence team I developed a real interest. With the rate technology and medicine advancing, working in the field of clinical negligence presents a real challenge which means no two days are ever the same.

I have always enjoyed getting to know clients and helping them through difficult times in their lives, be it through a divorce or after a sustaining an injury. I find it hugely rewarding to be involved in having such a profound impact on people’s lives and being able to guide them through to a positive outcome.

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After reading about the shocking news that some people on the London Underground had recently been handed ‘fat cards’ trying to shame them into losing weight and save NHS resources, I then came across an article in The Telegraph today about how losing less than one gram from the pancreas (the organ which regulates blood sugar levels) could potentially cure type 2 diabetes, often associated with obesity, which in the long term if successful would substantially reduce costs for the NHS.

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Mr B suffered a delay in diagnosis of skin cancer near his eye. As a result, Mr B sadly died 18 months after his diagnosis. Lucy Crawford acted for his family to recover damages following his death.

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