Louise is an experienced personal injury Solicitor who joined the firm in December 2014 bringing with her knowledge and experience of claimant personal injury work.
Louise specialises in claims involving accidents at work such as slips and trips at work, manual handling injuries, and falls from height and claims and accidents which occur on property owned by someone else. She deals with different types of personal injury claims including accidents at work, accidents on public property such as slips and trips, product liability and road traffic accidents.
Louise prides herself on her organisation skills and her ability to keep her clients informed at all times. She is passionate about ensuring claimants are properly compensated as a result of someone else’s negligence and is relentless in her efforts to recover compensation, no matter how big or small the claim may be.
Louise is a member of Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and is based at our Ipswich office.
"... always professional, understanding and, importantly, did what she said she would do!" - Ashtons Legal client
"... thank you for all of your hard work on my claim and for the results you achieved. I am extremely grateful for all of your support, guidance and help." - Ashtons Legal client
"Thank you for all you have done for me, I very much appreciate how you have always kept me informed on all aspects of my case and being so approachable at all times. If at any time in the future I need help on legal matters I will be in touch. Thanking you once again for your help." - Ashtons Legal client
By Louise Harper
Louise Harper, an injury law specialist at Ashtons, has obtained a £15,000 settlement for Ms Y, a counter assistant who suffered a fall at work and aggravated a pre-existing back problem. Ms Y was serving a customer from the...
By Louise Harper
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