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Rebecca Callard


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Rebecca is an associate in our Medical Negligence team and is based in our Midland Bridge House office in Bath. She deals with a wide variety of medical negligence claims and has a specialist interest in gynaecology and maternal injury cases.

I found Rebecca Callard to be kind and understanding, she always listened to my opinions gave me advice and was always friendly and available if I needed her.

Royds Withy King client

About Rebecca

Rebecca joined the firm in 2007 and qualified as a legal executive in 2011. She has gained substantial experience in investigating potential claims and guiding clients through the first stages of their case.

Rebecca has a varied caseload,  and a particular interest in gynaecological and maternal injury cases. She also works closely with more senior solicitors in the team on more complex birth injury claims.

I am always conscious of the fact that for some clients, the first conversation they have with me could be potentially life-changing. It’s important to get a balance of empathy to understand their situation but to be practical and pragmatic at the same time, so you can point them in the right direction at what can be an extremely distressing time. I understand the effect that the cases we deal with can have on a person’s life, and I want to help those people, wherever possible, to try to get back to the life that they had before their experiences brought them to us.

Rebecca Callard

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