Leanne TattamAssociate Solicitor, Serious Injury
Leanne qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and has over 10 years’ experience in personal and serious injury claims.
She joined the serious injury department at CFG Law in 2015 and was promoted to the role of Associate Solicitor in 2016. Prior to joining CFG Law, she gained experience in other law firms and as the in-house counsel for a case management company; meaning she has excellent knowledge of how, in particular, brain injury case managers can help catastrophically injured clients. She is also an affiliate member of BABICM – the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers and is also an accredited Senior Litigator of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
Leanne has a particular interest and extensive experience of handling serious brain injury claims and has volunteered for many years at Headway (the brain injury association). She has been a Trustee on the committee of Headway Blackpool Wyre & Fylde since 2011 and was appointed as director of Headway Blackpool Ltd in January 2014. She is fully supportive of the charity, having seen first-hand the valuable support they can give to people suffering from serious brain injuries across the Fylde coast.
Leanne has also handled high value and complex chronic pain cases, where it had been difficult to determine the ongoing prognosis. During the running of one particular case, Leanne was successful in gaining a £20,000 interim payment for a client who was able to purchase an adapted vehicle, giving him back some independence and relieving the pressure and strain on his family in advance of settlement.
At all times, Leanne believes in delivering the best possible service to her clients, acting in a professional and compassionate way. She understands that clients and their families need full support from the very beginning. Her aim is to make a positive difference to the lives of her clients, by utilising interim payments to secure early treatment and other support, to help them to focus on a quicker and much improved recovery from their injuries.← Go back to team page