Katie is a Chartered Legal Executive within our serious injury team, working in a team of three lawyers to provide the very best possible services to her clients.

She assists her team on all cases whilst also taking the lead on new cases, to ensure that progression is timely and smooth.

Katie works on some of the most catastrophic claims that we handle. She has specific expertise and interests in working on claims involving multiple orthopaedic injuries, brain injuries and spinal injuries.

As well as continuing to grow her experience and skillset in handling serious injury claims, Katie loves that her job means that she can help clients and put in place the support they need at what is often one of the most difficult periods of their lives, as well as ensuring that any future needs they may have are met in the future.

Client feedback

Thank you so much for everything, as I know without your assistance this would not have been the case at all. My daughter is currently doing her GCSE’s and has doubled up on her Maths tuition, so this has been costing a ridiculous amount. So honestly thank you so much I am extremely grateful.

Thank you so much for all the work, you and your team members have put in, especially Katie Rutter who has been dealing with the case from the start.

Thank you so much for your work on this case. It’s been the maddest two years I have ever lived through. I really appreciated your patience and understanding throughout, as well as all the communication. Many, many thanks.

Qualifications

  • LLB Bachelor of Law Degree
  • FCILEx

Online presence

You can contact Katie at enquiry@seriouslaw.co.uk

Alternatively you can call on  0330 058 0377

Closed cases

AD

This was a professional negligence case which arose from a road traffic accident. Client was a passenger in a car in which the driver drove under the influence of alcohol, and sadly passed away following the accident. Our client was left with multiple orthopaedic injuries and psychological trauma, but unfortunately due to professional negligence, the court proceedings that had been issued in the case had to be discontinued. The firm took over the case and were able to recover the damages the Claimant would have been entitled to, had the professional negligence not taken place.

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DD

Client suffered an injury at work resulting in a finger amputation, multiple other hand injuries and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Claimant was left with scarring and sensitivity to the cold, ongoing pain and an obvious cosmetic defect. Psychological symptoms persisted, despite extensive psychological therapy sessions, so provisions for further psychological treatment were incorporated within the settlement. In addition, funds for an automatic car, as the Claimant struggled to use a manual gear stick, and ongoing assistance with DIY and gardening.

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