Sabrina LawlorAssociate Solicitor, Serious Injury
Sabrina qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and has over 11 years’ experience in personal injury litigation. She joined CFG Law in 2015 and was promoted to the role of Associate Solicitor in 2016.
She completed her degree in Law and Politics at The Queen’s University of Belfast, as well as her Legal Practice Course at The College of Law, Chester.
She has previous experience in many serious injury and catastrophic injury cases. Her previous experience in this area has helped to develop her understanding and knowledge of this area, as well as her empathy towards clients to truly understand the difficulties facing them following an accident. Sabrina believes it is not only important to support both the physical and emotional needs of her clients, but also those of their family and loved ones and she provides the support and assistance they require.
She has represented clients in many high profile cases in her previous employment, including victims of the Salford gas explosion and the Crytosporidium outbreak in Wales. Sabrina also has links with Headway (the brain injury charity) as an active volunteer and has previously been a committee member. She is also the co-ordinator of the North West Acquired Brain Injury Forum (NoWABIF) in association with the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF). In her work with NoWABIF, Sabrina has been involved in various lobbying projects on behalf of people with an acquired brain injury.
Sabrina has experience advising and representing individuals who have suffered head injuries and acquired brain injuries. Her charity and lobbying work with Headway, NoWABIF and UKABIF has proved invaluable in helping her support clients with brain injuries. She works tirelessly to secure urgent, privately funded rehabilitation and support for her clients with brain injuries to provide them with the best care available. These private referrals are important to clients, as they ensure that they receive the support they require as quickly as possible; they are sometimes delayed through the NHS.
Sabrina also has vast experience in serious orthopaedic injury claims. She has secured early interim payments for her client with an orthopaedic injury to fund a case manager to fully assess the needs of her client and family in order to gain more independence and improve mobility after an accident. This interim payment also paid for a support worker to help aid all members of the family and a psychologist to help with psychological problems faced by the client due to her injuries.
Sabrina’s drive in her legal career is to help people who need access to justice, legal representation and rehabilitation. She champions helping clients to gain access to support and assistance at a very early stage in their claim, in order for them to make the best recovery possible and get their lives back on track. She has significant experience liaising with insurers under the Rehabilitation Code in order to secure an initial needs assessment and introduce supports such as a case manager who can help identity immediate treatment and recommend help and support for her clients.← Go back to team page