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Vicky Whitney

Partner and Joint Head of Cheadle Office

Vicky is a Partner and Joint Head of our Cheadle Office, after joining CFG Lawin 2016. She has extensive experience handling complex, high-value injury claims. Vicky has a track record of securing high levels of compensation for her clients, winning 6 and 7 figure settlements. 

She takes the time to truly understand the needs of her client, paying attention to detail and supporting their individual requirements. She promotes early treatment and rehabilitation for her clients and understands the importance of gaining an early assessment.

Vicky works with a multi-disciplinary team, to ensure that all areas of support, treatment and rehabilitation are put in place to improve her clients’ quality of life. This includes liaising with case managers, therapists, support workers, as well as liaising with the NHS to ensure the correct treatment path is put in place.

Professional Experience:

Career history

  • 2021 - Present: Partner and Joint Head of Cheadle Office, CFG Law
  • 2018-2021: Senior Associate Solicitor, CFG Law
  • 2016-2018: Associate Solicitor, CFG Law
  • 2015-2016: Associate Solicitor, Slater and Gordon (UK) Ltd
  • 2014-2015: Solicitor, Slater and Gordon (UK) Ltd
  • 2010-2014: Solicitor, Pannone LLP
  • 2008-2010: Trainee Solicitor, Pannone LLP


  • Lead fee earner within the team running a variety of cases for clients who have suffered a brain injury, spinal injury, multiple injuries.
  • Represents clients who have suffered the most severe brain injuries, spinal injuries and severe psychological injuries.

Areas of expertise and memberships:

  • Catastrophic injury law, specialising in the field of brain injury.

A little bit more about Vicky

  • Since training as a personal injury lawyer in 2001, Vicky has specialised in catastrophic litigation, assisting specialist Partners before progressing to a Lead Fee Earner role, assisting clients who have suffered catastrophic life-changing injuries.
  • Works for clients who require lifelong support therapy and adapted properties to meet their needs.
  • Early rehabilitation remains a key focus, together with providing supportive client care through the daunting process of litigation.

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