About Rachel Cox
I qualified as a Solicitor in the Serious Injury team in Sheffield in September 2014. I work on cases involving catastrophic acquired brain injuries, multiple orthopaedic injuries and psychiatric injuries. I represent adults, adolescents and children.
I first joined Irwin Mitchell in September 2007, and during my training gained experience in a number of different areas of law, including medical negligence, defective products, and serious injury.
Some of the cases I've been involved with include:
- Physical and psychological injuries caused by a defective product. Settlement was £650,000.
- Brain injury caused by collision on a kart track. Settlement was £250,000.
- Severe brain injury and orthopaedic injuries following a road collision, after which the client subsequently died. Settlement was £500,000.
- Traumatic brain injury and orthopaedic injuries to a pedestrian involved in a traffic collision. Settlement was over £2 million.
Charity and fundraising work is very important to me and I have been a member of the Irwin Mitchell Charities Foundation (ICMF) since I joined the firm. I am a member of the Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) and regularly organise funding events for them, such as the Welly Walk in spring 2015. I am also an advocate of the "Be Seen, Not Hurt" campaign to keep children safer in winter.
"You have a wonderful way of dealing with people and you steered us through a complicated issue very successfully, and we will always be grateful. We would love to hear about your next successful step on 'the ladder' and we wish you all the best" - Client testimonial
“Pass on my thanks to you and the rest of the team for all their help on what was a far from easy case…. I look forward to working with you all again” - Barrister
Cases I've Been Involved With
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Type of injury