Leading personal injury and medical negligence solicitors
- Julie Marsh
- Senior Associate - Solicitor
- 0118 952 7201
- Abbots House
- Abbey Street
- RG1 3BD
- United Kingdom
- 0800 124 4845
- 0118 957 3257
As a senior associate - solicitor within Boyes Turner’s outstanding medical negligence team, Julie enjoys using her specialist claimant expertise for the benefit of her clients. Her personal interest and successful track record in cases involving cauda equina syndrome (CES) have enabled her to develop her specialism in this medically complex area.
Julie’s other areas of expertise and medico-legal interest include serious neurological injury, where she supports the team’s partners, Susan Brown and Richard Money-Kyrle, in the investigation, quantification and court work associated with maximum value cerebral palsy cases, and meningitis – a cause which she actively supports through her involvement with Meningitis Now.
Julie’s broader experience extends to other seriously disabling injuries arising from orthopaedic errors, amputations and other diabetes-related disability, untreated tuberculosis, maternal obstetric injury, cervical and skin cancers, and blindness following an undiagnosed brain tumour.
Julie’s compassionate yet thorough and professional approach is valued by clients and counsel:
“I conclude by thanking my instructing solicitor for her work on this case. In a factual dispute such as this there are more cautious lawyers who will decline to take on such a case at all as being too risky. She has pursued the claim with great thoroughness and in doing so has maximised the prospects of achieving the best possible outcome.”
“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”
A keen supporter of her favourite charitable causes, Meningitis Now and UK Sepsis Trust, and the rights of disabled people, Julie is an active fundraiser. Her recent fundraising exploits have included taking part in Pretty Mudder for Cancer Research UK, and Parallel London 5K for Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope Charity.
Julie is a member of the Law Society and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
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.
I am overwhelmed by the outcome in terms of the monetary value and know I should consider it as a near a 'sorry' as I am likely to get from the hospital. It will be nice to start the process of closure on the whole issue now and look towards the future for us as a family.
Mrs T, Surrey