Leading personal injury and medical negligence solicitors
- Rachel Makore
- Associate - solicitor
- 0118 952 7201
- Abbots House
- Abbey Street
- RG1 3BD
- United Kingdom
- 0800 124 4845
- 0118 957 3257
As an associate - solicitor in Boyes Turner’s outstanding medical negligence team, Rachel represents clients who have suffered obstetric and gynaecological injuries, Erb’s palsy, pressure sores, disability resulting from delayed diagnosis and treatment of cancer. She acts for the bereaved spouses and children of patients who have died as a result of negligent medical care.
Rachel assists the group’s partners, Susan Brown and Richard Money-Kyrle, in the investigation, quantification and court work associated with high value cases involving cerebral palsy, meningitis and spinal injury.
Rachel’s caring and empathetic nature was the driving force behind her decision to specialise in claimant clinical negligence work. She has a keen interest in medicine and enjoys using her skills and expertise to help her clients get back on their feet following a medical accident, guiding them through the legal process which she recognises many can find daunting and overwhelming.
Rachel is an active supporter of Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA), regularly volunteering her time as a trained helpline advisor – a role she finds very rewarding. She also takes part in awareness and fundraising activities for Meningitis Now and the UK Sepsis Trust.
Rachel is a member of The Law Society and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
In her spare time, you’ll find Rachel in Cornwall. She grew up there and takes every opportunity to return to her Cornish roots to catch up with family and friends. She also enjoys reading, cooking, working out at the gym and travelling abroad.
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