Kathryn Singh is a partner in the Workplace Disease and Illness department and manages a department of over 50 lawyers.
Kathryn has over 15 years experience acting for clients in personal injury claims and acts for clients in volume, complex and high profile group litigation work. Kathryn was a lead solicitor appointed by the High Court in the high profile Phurnacite workers group litigation on behalf of hundreds of former workers at a Phurnacite Plant in South Wales. Kathryn was also the lead solicitor in litigation against British Telecom resulting in admissions of excessive exposure to noise to their workers through use of certain types of equipment given to their work force which is of nationwide significance.
Kathryn has successfully negotiated countless personal injury claims and recovered millions of pounds in compensation for her clients throughout England and Wales over the last 15 years for claims including vibration white finger, industrial noise induced hearing loss, lung cancer, skin cancer and respiratory illness claims which include occupational asthma.
As well working in industrial injury claims Kathryn also has extensive experience of employment accident at work claims and spent the early part of her career assisting the Royal College of Nursing in personal injury actions.
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Association for Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
University of Wales Cardiff University School of Law LLB Hons, Diploma Legal Practice