Julie Crossley - Associate
Julie Crossley is an associate chartered legal executive in our Medical Negligence team.
Julie joined the firm in 1991 and once qualified began working in the Personal Injury department. Since 2000 she has specialised in medical negligence work.
Julie deals with a variety of medium value cases including those involving brain injury, amputation, orthopaedic claims in respect of hip and knee surgery, ankle and foot surgery, delays in diagnosis of cancer, surgical errors and ophthalmic cases. She also deals with fatal accident claims and still births.
She takes great pride in providing her clients with an honest view and a thorough investigation into the medical care received and is passionate about helping people who have suffered as a result of negligence.
Recent case highlights include:
- a settlement and an admission of liability for a young woman who suffered as a result of a delayed diagnosis of a blood clot in the brain
- a six-figure settlement for a man who had to have his leg amputated after his GP failed to refer him for surgery in a timely manner
- a five-figure settlement for a woman who suffered a loss of kidney function following a hysterectomy.
On settling a recent case Julie’s client commented:
“I would highly recommend Julie Crossley because I find her to be very thorough, efficient, courteous and approachable whilst dealing with every aspect of my claim so far. Obviously litigation can invariably prove to be a very stressful process and it is important to feel re-assured in the knowledge that your case is being handled with utmost competency. In my view and experience so far Julie has these qualities.”
Julie is on the Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel and is an accredited APIL Senior Litigator.
Outside of work she supports TOFs, a charity that helps children born unable to swallow and BEAT, a charity that supports those struggling with eating disorders. She is also a keen cake baker, gardener and walker.