Chloe Davies

Chloe is a solicitor in the health care litigation team and specialises in clinical negligence claims made against the NHS. Chloe handles all types of clinical negligence claims, including birth, head and spinal injury claims cases which allege inappropriate treatment and orthopaedic claims.

Prior to working at Hempsons, Chloe trained at RadcliffesLeBrasseur, London, where she spent one year in the clinical negligence team dealing with a range of clinical negligence claims. Chloe subsequently moved to the commercial disputes litigation team at Eversheds, Leeds where she gained a wealth of experience dealing with complex, high value commercial disputes for a range of national and international clients.

Chloe has gained her Higher Rights of Audience and as such is able to practice advocacy in all of the Higher Courts in England and Wales.

Main areas of expertise

Clinical negligence

Clients she works with

  • NHS Resolution
  • Local NHS trusts
  • MDO

Qualifications

Higher Rights of Audience 2011

LPC (distinction) 2010

Masters in Law 2009

Law LLB (First Class) 2008

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Contempt of Court for grossly exaggerated claim against NHS Trust

Hempsons Solicitors, instructed by NHS Resolution on behalf of CHNHS FT have succeeded in establishing that Mr Sandip Atwal was in contempt of Court on 14 grounds for grossly exaggerating the effect of minor injuries and fraudulently claiming compensation against the NHS. The Court has issued an Order confirming that Mr Atwal will be sentenced on 01.06.18.

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Newsflash: Immediate custodial sentence for those who commit fraudulent claims against the NHS

In this landmark case, Sandip Atwal has been sentenced to three months in jail for his deliberate attempt to defraud the NHS and deceive the Court. He has also been ordered to re-pay £75,000 in legal costs. Sentence was passed on 01.06.18. The decision comes after Hempsons Solicitors, instructed by NHS Resolution on behalf of CHNHS FT, recently succeeded in establishing that Mr Sandip Atwal was in contempt of Court on 14 grounds for grossly exaggerating the effect of minor injuries and fraudulently claiming compensation against the NHS.

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