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Injury lawyer details for Katherine Lennon

Injury lawyer - Injury lawyer details for Katherine Lennon

Tel: 020 7940 4000

Accidents at work
Back or spinal injuries
Fatal accidents
Head or brain injuries
Road traffic accidents

Injury lawyer - fellow

About Katherine Lennon

Katherine is a FELLOW of Apil and has specialised in Claimant catastrophic injury claims her whole career, achieving many mulit-million pound settlements for her Clients.

Katherine trained and qualified in 1996 with Osborne Morris & Morgan Solicitors and Neuro-lawyers.   She joined Stewarts Law in 2000, achieving Partnership in 2004, acting solely for clients with brain, spinal cord and amputation injuries. 

Katherine took a short career break to raise a family in 2010, taking up a part-time position with Fentons in 2012, achieving Partnership in 2013 and continuing to work within her specialism of high value claims. Fentons were acquired later that year by Slater & Gordon and Katherine worked as a Principal Lawyer (Partner) until December  2015 in their Chancery Lane, London offices; taking up her current position as Head of Brain Injury with Brethertons in January 2016. Brethertons is a signatory to the Serious Injury Guide and has an established reputation in spinal cord injury claims, achieving some of the largest reported eight figure settlements nationally.

Katherine remains absolutely committed to acting for Claimants who have suffered injuries of utmost severity; to include children and adults alike, as well as clients who lack capacity. Katherine is a passionate believer in access to early rehabilitation, case management and treatment, through pro-actively securing interim damages or rehabilitation funding, wherever possible.

Katherine has received independent recommendations in both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners Directories, where she is described as: "a name to note"; "a real fighter"; "highly regarded"; "very, very able" and for her "attention to detail".

APIL membership: Practitioner member  - What does this mean?

APIL accreditation: Fellow

Other memberships: Spinal Injuries Association (SIA)

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Katherine's firm
The Counting House, 53 Tooley Street
London Bridge City
Greater London