Michelle is primarily instructed by large composite insurers and Lloyds syndicates in complex liability and quantum cases involving complex orthopaedic and psychiatric injuries, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputee claims and fatal accident claims with reserves ranging from £100,000 to in excess of £25m. She also works on complex international claims and has worked extensively on cases in France, Malta, Spain, Cyprus and Africa.
Michelle regularly delivers training to insurer clients on calculating future heads of loss and inflationary pressures, contributory negligence and fatal claims with a focus on strategy, tactics and investigations.
She manages projects for insurer clients on reserves and Management Information to ensure that the quality of data coming through is accurate and correct. One of the recent projects undertaken resulted in an insurer client being able to secure one of the most competitive Re-insurance programmes in the market.
Michelle has been a guest speaker at the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital and LexisNexis discussing Spinal Injuries and the Serious Injury Guide. She has worked on many high profile cases attracting media attention including the case of Kalma and Others v Tonkolili Iron Ore (SL) Limited (TIO).