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Rosie Hodgetts

Associate

T: 01865 268 683 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300
E: rosie.blacker@roydswithyking.com

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 team-works 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.

Memberships

  • 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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