Litigation Executive, Criminal Injuries
Rebecca has worked for Hudgell Solicitors since 2012 and has a varied caseload including representing people in making damages claims to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) to supporting those who suffer injuries in road traffic accidents, in accidents at work, and in public places due to unsafe surroundings, environments or surfaces.
I appreciate that for some clients coming to us for help takes a great deal of courage, and this helps shape my approach to client care and support. As part of my role dealing with criminal injuries compensation claims through the CICA, I deal with vulnerable clients who have suffered horrendous cases of abuse and violence. This makes delivering the appropriate level of client care absolutely crucial, and I am always sympathetic to each of my client’s circumstances. I also feel that it’s important to build strong relationships with my clients, earning their trust whilst providing ongoing support and helping to manage their expectations. I strive to get justice for every person I represent, seeking the maximum amount of compensation for the ordeal they’ve experienced. I feel an immense sense of achievement when I hear read feedback from my clients highlighting the difference I’ve made to their lives.
Career, qualifications and memberships
- Accredited member of CILEX, the professional body for Chartered Legal Executives, paralegals, legal practitioners and apprentices.