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Amy Nesbitt

Director & Clinical Negligence Solicitor

A key member of our Clinical Negligence team, Amy has been a specialist in this complex area for more than a decade and has a wealth of knowledge and understanding of all aspects of running a case. From setting up the file and funding to the complexities of litigation and settlement; she works hard to achieve the most suitable settlement and provides a caring and supportive approach.

Her ability to build trust and personal relationships with people who may have endured serious medical problems or a stressful experience encourages clients to talk freely so we can try to do our best to win their case.

Promoted to Director in 2023, Amy actually first joined us as a work experience whilst studying at University, staying on in a part-time basis as a Paralegal whilst completing her MLAW degree. After graduating, she turned full-time and has worked in Clinical Negligence ever since, qualifying as a Solicitor in April 2015.

Away from work

A former competitive swimmer and member of the British Swimming World Class Potential Squad, Amy has competed at numerous UK National finals.

Whilst life is now very busy living with her husband and caring for their two small children, she remains massively interested in exercise and nutrition. Amy no longer swims competitively, but she still loves to keep fit and always tries to make time to exercise at the gym of go for a run.

Aside from this, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, trying new restaurants or having a family day out. She also enjoys cooking and trying new healthy recipes.

How would you describe yourself in five words?

Loyal, considerate, fair, determined and kind.

What’s your favourite food?


What film or boxset would you recommend to others?

The Split on the BBC – it’s a legal drama obviously!

Do you have a favourite book and why?

I don’t have a favourite book but love anything that’s written by Stephen King.

Is there a smartphone App you could not live without?

Time Tree – a colour coordinated calendar which helps me to stay organised.

If you could go back in time, what advice would you give your younger self?

Not to worry so much. Things usually work out and we spend most of our time worrying about things that will never happen.

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Amy Nesbitt

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