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Victoria Berger


T: 01225 459 942 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100

Victoria is a solicitor in our Personal Injury team. She works closely with partner Stuart Brazington and specialises in head and brain injury cases.

About Victoria

Victoria joined Royds Withy King in November 2015, having previously worked as an associate solicitor for a national law firm in Bristol. She has over 15 years’ experience dealing with all aspects of personal injury work including road accidents, employer’s liability and occupier’s liability cases.

Victoria has acted for numerous clients over the years dealing with a wide range of injury claims. Over the past four years she has specialised in head and brain injury work.


Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX)

I am very happy to be part of respected team who act for people who have suffered a head or brain injury as a result of an accident.

Our clients have usually suffered a life changing injury and so it is a very frightening and uncertain time for them and their families following the accident. I hope to be able to go some way towards helping our clients feel re-assured and help them to move on with their lives, as well as securing the compensation they deserve.

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