Natalie is an Associate Solicitor at Switalskis in Yorkshire. Natalie qualified as a Barrister in 2008 and cross qualified as a Solicitor in 2011. She has specialised in Clinical Negligence since qualification. She has been a member of APIL since qualification.
Natalie specialises in birth injury cases and was involved in the landmark cases: Manna v Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, JR v. Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. As a professional dedicated to supporting local causes, Natalie commits much of her spare time to working with a range of South Yorkshire-based charities and not-for-profit organisations. Current voluntary roles include Ambassador for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice and Trustee for Sheffield Mencap and Gateway. She is also the Vice President of the Yorkshire Union of Law Societies.
She is recommended in the Legal 500, 'Associate Natalie Cosgrove is phenomenal. A force of nature. I have encountered few people who can litigate a case as well as she can. Her clients absolutely love her. She has a real dedication to making life better for people with disabilities. I have never met anyone who worked so hard to understand the types of problems faced by people with disabilities. Most lawyer see their role as being to value a claim and organise the evidence. Natalie sets out to gain a better understanding of her client's life and apply that to the legal problems that they face. If everybody did this the legal profession would be better for it.'