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Julie Marsh

Julie Marsh


Julie is a partner within Boyes Turner’s outstanding medical negligence team. She specialises in high value and complex claims for clients whose lives have been changed by cauda equina syndrome (CES) and spinal cord injury (SCI), amputation, brain injury and disability caused by infections such as meningitis, sepsis and tuberculosis (TB). Julie also has specialist experience in claims for bereaved, dependent families after fatal injury, and in claims related to blindness, delayed cancer treatment and diabetes-related conditions.  

Julie Marsh is a first rate litigator who adds real value to all her cases. I have always been impressed not just by her expertise as a clinical negligence lawyer but by the way she treats every client as an individual and works on their case as if it is the most important thing in the world, which to many clients it really is.

John de Bono KC

Julie’s professional biography

Julie is respected by professional colleagues and counsel for her tenacious and thorough approach to clinical negligence investigations, leaving no stone unturned to ensure the best outcome and fullest compensation for her clients.

Julie’s clients value her responsiveness and approachable, down-to-earth manner and her straightforward openness and honesty about their journey, the claims process and what lies ahead.  Her extensive knowledge and interest in her clients’ conditions has enabled her to develop a clear understanding of their challenges and expertise in securing and supporting their rehabilitation.  Through the claims process, Julie helps her clients accept that rehabilitation and purposeful life is possible after life-changing disability, helping them look forward and redefine themselves beyond their injury. Julie also has an interest and experience in resolving claims for her clients via mediation.

Away from the office, Julie shares and develops her knowledge and expertise, working closely with cauda equina charity, CESCI, and as a trustee and mentor for leading meningitis charity, Meningitis Now.

Julie is an accredited member of the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Panel and an APIL Accredited Litigator. She is rated by Legal 500 as a ‘next generation partner’.


"Julie supported me throughout my claim and I never once felt like I was just another case. The service was personal, professional and considered. I was treated so kindly through the process and in the end I knew that not only had I found the right organisation to represent me but also the right person".

“ …my initial call with Julie Marsh made it clear that Julie’s knowledge and understanding around cauda equina syndrome was extensive and that she had plenty of experience in CES cases. I also found Julie very easy to talk to and I felt that she really cared… over time we built a solid relationship and I found that I trusted her completely. When my case finally concluded I was very happy with the outcome as I felt that every avenue of my claim had been explored and no corner missed.”

“I couldn’t have wished for a better partner…From a speculative inquiry to a life changing award, the journey with Julie was interesting. Julie kept me informed along the way explaining exactly what was going on and more importantly why. The team that was assembled certainly knew their stuff which meant I got all the necessary support to keep going. Thank you all.”

“I have had wonderful service. If the need ever arose again I would go back to Julie Marsh who handled my case.”

Julie’s accreditations

"The journey with Julie was interesting! "
From a speculative inquiry to a life changing award, the journey with Julie Marsh was interesting. Julie kept me informed along the way explaining exactly what was going on and more importantly why. The team that was assembled certainly knew their stuff which meant I got all the necessary support to keep going. Thank you all. 
"I am overwhelmed"
After a medical mishap, I was left in hospital for several days without treatment, and suffered sepsis and septic shock. Placed in a coma and on life support, my family were told that I would not survive. I did survive and very gradually I got a little better and three major and intrusive operations followed, leaving me weak, in pain, unable to work,unable to do housework, gardening, driving, walking my dogs swimming or socialising as I had been used to.It is now almost six years since this happened to me. I was a healthy happy individual before this. It was devastating and is still hard to come to terms with and the health issues and weaknesses that remain are a constant reminder.However, through your skills and hard work you have secured a substantial settlement for me and I am overwhelmed. I am now able to make adaptions and purchases for my home that will make my life a little easier and more comfortable. Without your support, I would never have been able to achieve this. Importantly the failings of medics have been highlighted and my wish is that this leads to better training to ensure others do not suffer as I have.
I am very grateful and thankful for the support of the Boyes Turner team, especially Julie Marsh, Tara and Mr.Perfect. They were absolutely professional and caring whilst dealing with my late husband's case, which proved to be quite complex. All worked diligently to uncover the truth and bring the evidence to bear. I was continuously informed and felt totally supported throughout the process. So happy I was their client.
"You have given fantastic support and guidance"
Boyes Turner have a great asset in Julie Marsh, she has handled my case with such professionalism and has kept me informed at every stage over the 6 years. She has given me guidance, support and that personal touch where I could ring or email at any time and she would always answer and give me answers to any questions I had. Would recommend without hesitation. Thank you

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In her spare time, you’ll find Julie enjoying family life with her husband and two young children or entertaining and cooking for friends. She keeps fit by working out and cycling. She’s also an avid reader of crime fiction – a keen area of interest as she also has a degree in criminology.

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