Natalie is an Associate Director with over 14 years’ experience as a Solicitor. She specialises in serious injury and complex personal injury; with expert knowledge in head injury and brain injury cases, as well as polytrauma (multiple serious injuries) spinal cord and amputation claims.

Natalie has succeeded in winning claims on a number of complex catastrophic cases, and routinely secures settlements for clients into the millions. She is dedicated to providing the highest quality legal support to clients, and enjoys navigating them through the legal process to achieve the best possible results.

Natalie is routinely a “Recommended Lawyer” in The Legal 500. In addition, she was nominated and shortlisted for Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Lawyer at the 2023 Yorkshire Legal Awards. Alongside this, Natalie has a long-standing relationship with the UK charity SCARD (Support and Care After Road Death and Injury) where she provides families with legal advice following road traffic collisions, in which somebody has been killed or seriously injured.

Special Interests (case type)

  • Serious Injury Claims
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Claims
  • Spinal Cord Injury Claims
  • Amputation Claims

Client feedback

  • Will Waldron – King’s Counsel Exchange Chambers

In my 17 years in Silk I have found that, invariably, whilst catastrophically injured Claimants take as read that their solicitor will have expertise in their field; which Natalie Mousavi does; they look for and value personal service, tailored to both them and their family, delivered in a sensitive and caring way, and always ensuring that they are at the centre of, and involved in, the running of the claim.  In my opinion, that description sums up Natalie. To it must be added tenacity, resolve, ability and common sense. Always available and committed, clients do not simply appreciate her approach to their case, in my experience, they regard it as pivotal. That she has been nominated for this award comes as no surprise to me.  I can think of no better or more deserving candidate.

  • Tom Nossiter – Barrister, Park Lane Plowden Chambers

I have worked with Natalie for well over 10 years.  She is fantastic.  She manages a large and varied case load, and does so with great skill.  She is very efficient, always thorough in her preparation yet pragmatic when appropriate. Importantly, for her relationships with clients, opponents and other colleagues, she is charming and cheerful, but behind this is a steely determination to get the best result for her clients.

  • Roger Quickfall – Barrister, Parklane Plowden Chambers

I have been a barrister at Parklane Plowden in Leeds since 2003. I have regularly been instructed by Natalie Mousavi, for well over 10 years, in relation to complex personal injury disputes. I have always found Natalie to be an excellent lawyer.  No-one could do more for their clients.  She fights on their behalf like her life depends on it, leaving no stone unturned.  Her support for clients is unrivalled. Natalie is often counsellor and social worker, as well as legal advisor.  Definitely one to have in your corner should the worst happen.

Qualifications

  • LLB Hons – 2:1
  • LPC – Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
  • LLM – Masters in Law – Distinction

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

Alternatively you can call on  0330 058 0377

Closed cases

ANON

The client was catastrophically injured in a complex road traffic accident. He had no memory of the accident and liability was vehemently denied by the Defendant’s team. Natalie pulled together a team of medical and rehabilitation specialists. The legal complexities overspilled into family law, childcare and immigration. Natalie not only succeeded in the claim but also enabled the implementation of the rehabilitation programme for her client, which provided the ongoing help and treatment that was urgently required. Damages were secured in excess of £3 million (gross). Natalie was praised by Counsel as the “go to” specialist for dealing with high value catastrophic injury cases, and her team were praised by the Court, in this case, for the outstanding advice provided.

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