Esther Gamble

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Esther specialises in clinical negligence litigation, with a busy and well-established practice spanning a broad spectrum of medical fields. Her work includes high value claims, complex matters involving multiple defendants, and injuries of the utmost severity including fatalities.
Esther prides herself on being accessible and responsive, and working as a team with her instructing solicitors. She is regularly complimented by medical experts for her impressive grasp of medical issues. Professional clients often instruct her in the most delicate cases, for her sensitive and empathetic approach.
She is experienced at inquests and will often represent families in the coroner’s court as a precursor to a claim.
Recent cases include:
- Negligent fracture of femur during arthroscopy, compounded by negligently-performed remedial surgery
- Mismanagement of emergency caesarean section resulting in severe bladder injury
- Mismanagement of prostate cancer resulting in permanent and complete incontinence and impotence
- Negligent prescription of steroids resulting in steroid-induced diabetes, pneumonia, ITU admission and permanent disability
- Negligently performed cervical discectomy resulting in permanent disability
“Meticulous in her attention to detail and leaves no stone unturned when advising clients.” “She’s an excellent analyst and particularly good with experts in conferences. Can quickly build trust with vulnerable or nervous clients.”
Chambers UK 2019
‘She has a forensic eye for detail and excellent client care skills.’
Legal 500 2019
Personal Injuries Bar Association
Bar Council Retention Panel
Chair of Midland Circuit Women’s Forum
Panel Reviewer for Bar Pro Bono Unit
Birmingham Medico-Legal Society
BSc Mathematics and Philosophy (First Class, Sheffield)
Post-Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction, Nottingham)
Bar Vocational Course (Outstanding, Nottingham)
Approved for Direct Access work

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Esther Gamble appointed as a Midlands Recorder...

Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2019