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Sarah White

Associate

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If you are having difficulty getting in touch with your contact then you can email enquiries@roydswithyking.com or call 0800 923 2073

Sarah is an Associate within the Medical Negligence team. She specialises in complex birth injury claims, in particular cerebral palsy and Erb's Palsy.



About Sarah

Sarah originally trained as a solicitor with Royds Withy King. Having developed a wealth of experience working in and around Bath, Bristol and Oxford, Sarah returned to join the Medical Negligence team in January 2017.

Practise Areas

Sarah works across a wide range of medical negligence areas including:

Interests

Outside of work Sarah enjoys spending time with her two daughters, going to the theatre and socialising with friends.

I really enjoy running complex medical negligence claims and the fusion between law and medicine; but working closely with my clients and building strong relationships is the real highlight for me. I understand how daunting the whole process can seem at a very difficult time in a person’s life. I find it very rewarding to allay my client’s fears and help them through the legal process in order to obtain the best result possible.

Sarah White

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