Currently any serious safety incidents that arise within NHS Organisations should be considered in accordance with the Serious Incident Framework, which was introduced back in March 2015.
Lisa has a varied caseload of complex and high value clinical negligence matters including birth injuries and complex multi-party litigation and has considerable successful trial experience including B v South Tyneside Health Care NHS Trust  EWHC 1169 (QB).
Lisa has experience in representing the interests of NHS Trusts in the Coroner’s Court, regularly dealing with complicated inquests on behalf of her Trust clients, including Article 2 and jury inquests, complex inquests where Article 2 is not engaged but where the Coroner has widened his enquiries and multi agency inquests. She regularly represents Acute Trusts, Ambulance Trusts and Mental Health Trusts.
She is experienced in dealing with families during what are often emotionally charged situations.
As part of her other healthcare practice, Lisa has been involved in a number of Mental health, capacity and deprivation of liberty cases including representing the trust in GJ v The Foundation Trust  EQHC 2972.
She regularly represents the interest of NHS clients in the Court of Protection in relation to treatment and decisions. She has advised PCT clients, now CCGs in relation to funding for exceptional treatment and ongoing case issues.