Maggie Sargent receives prestigious lifetime achievement award

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We are absolutely delighted that Maggie Sargent has been recognised for her contribution to the legal profession by receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award at the prestigious Personal Injury Awards 2017.  Maggie is recognised as a leading care expert and case manager with a reputation for excellence and was singled out for special praise at the awards ceremony in Manchester on the 29th November.

As a Registered General Nurse who trained at St Thomas’s Hospital London, Maggie has over 30 years experience of providing expert clinical evidence on caring for clients who have sustained catastrophic injuries and also reporting on clinical standards. She is frequently invited to speak at National and International events. A published author, Maggie has written papers on the costs of care and is the specialist contributor author on Expert Care and Case Management in the APIL Guide to Catastrophic Injury.

Maggie has given evidence at Trial in the High Court on over 100 occasions and has been involved in some of the most important and significant Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence cases.

Most recently in May 2017 Maggie gave expert evidence in JR v Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust [2017] EWHC 1245 (QB) (25 May 2017) in what is believed to be the largest ever compensation award for a man who was left with Cerebral Palsy as a result of negligence during his birth.  She is acknowledged by the Judiciary as a leading care expert:

“Her wide and varied practical experience enables her to speak with considerable authority on the merits and demerits of different types of care regime”. Rt Hon Mrs Justice Swift High Court of Justice London 2011.

The award is deserved recognition of Maggie’s remarkable work and we are all very proud of her!