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Emily Kalwak


Emily is a Partner at CFG Law with over 13 years experience in serious and catastrophic injury claims. Her expertise in dealing with life-changing injury claims means Emily always maintains high levels of client care and builds trusting relationships with clients to support them and their family fully.

Emily endeavours to respond to every clients’ needs on an individual basis and gains a great sense of satisfaction from being able to help people and make a difference to their lives, often when they are feeling anxious or confused about the situation.

During Emily’s career, she has always strived to handle all cases with sensitivity and has built a reputation both internally and externally as a very competent and compassionate solicitor.

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Professional Experience:

Career history

  • 2018 - Present: Senior Associate Solicitor, CFG Law
  • 2016 - 2018: Senior Associate Solicitor, Slater and Gordon (UK) Ltd
  • 2015 - 2016: Sub Team Leader of Serious Injury RTA Team, Slater and Gordon (UK) Ltd
  • 2012 - 2015: Associate Solicitor, Fentons Solicitors LLP
  • 2005 - 2012: Assistant Solicitor, Fentons Solicitors LLP
  • 2003 - 2005: Trainee Solicitor, Payne and Gamage Solicitors


  • Working closely with a team on cases in excess of £1million and acting as a point of contact for clients.
  • Drafting schedules of special damages including ones in excess of £2million.
  • Leading complex liability and quantum negotiations with Defendants resulting in settlements of seven figures.

Areas of expertise and memberships:

  • Worked in personal injury compensation throughout her entire career.
  • Caseload is exclusively catastrophic injury cases involving spinal cord injury, brain injury and serious orthopaedic injuries.
  • Accredited Senior Litigator with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).


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