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Rosie Hodgetts


T: 01865 268 683 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300

Rosie is an associate working in both the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury teams.

Many thanks to Rosie [Hodgetts] for presenting a perfect - professional, exacting, evidential - case for me. Her support and understanding at this stressful, unplanned time of my life has been invaluable. I may be a client but have felt a friend.

Royds Withy King client

I cannot for the life of me think of anyone else who could have dealt with my case in the way that you did. I trusted you absolutely from the start and that trust was never misplaced. There are very few people who have made a major (good) impact on my life and I can only think of three of them. You are, without a doubt, the one I shall always remember as the best.

Royds Withy King Cancer Misdiagnosis Client

About Rosie

Rosie joined Royds Withy King as a result of the firm’s merger with Marshall and Galpin in 2008 having completed a law degree and trained in the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury departments. She has since been described as an “excellent” lawyer by The Legal 500 UK, commended for her team-work on very complex high value claims, as well as assisting with a wide spectrum of both medical negligence and personal injury cases.

She is experienced in:

  • catastrophic and complex high value claims
  • litigation work encompassing both clinical negligence and personal injury claims
  • Rosie is based in the firm’s Oxford office.


  • Berks Bucks and Oxfordshire Law Society
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
  • Oxford Medico-Legal Society

Rosie is Deputy Chair for Unlimited Oxfordshire, a local charity promoting social inclusion for individuals with physical or sensory disabilities in Oxfordshire.

It is incredibly rewarding to see a client obtain the level of compensation they need to enable them to move forward with their lives

Rosie Hodgetts

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The legal landscape is evolving as a direct result of our Government’s legal reforms. Further changes, although currently delayed, are on the horizon for Personal Injury law, but the implications will be felt by many. These changes will be disastrous, and the public’s path to justice will not be an easy one.

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Are the early warning signs of heart attack being missed?

8 March 2017

Solicitor Rosie Blacker writes about recent research which suggests that lives could be saved if the early warning signs of heart attacks are more routinely picked up.

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What happens if a claimant is “fundamentally dishonest”?

1 June 2015

On 13 April 2015, the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 came into force. Among its clauses, at section 57, there is a new provision which is relevant to personal injury claims. A claimant may now face having their entire claim for compensation struck out if they are found to have been fundamentally dishonest. But what does this mean and will it affect how personal injury claims are run?

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17 December 2014

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