Anna Hansen

Associate Partner - Clinical Negligence
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Anna Hansen is an Associate Partner at Express Solicitors, where she specialises in Clinical Negligence cases. She conducts a caseload of various types involving  mismanaged labour, mistakes made during surgery and delays in diagnosis and treatment. Further to this, Anna also assists with a further case load of varied and complex clinical negligence cases.

Anna garnered experience in Personal Injury Law whilst working with a defendant Lawyer for a Personal Injury Law firm in Sydney, Australia, from where she hails. While still in Sydney, Anna obtained a Bachelor of Medical Science from the University of Sydney in 2005, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Technology, Sydney, in 2011.

Anna spent a period of time working as a volunteer in a rehabilitation centre in Sydney assisting patients who have suffered from various serious injuries and accidents with their recovery. In 2002 and 2004. In August 2011, Anna was admitted as a Lawyer to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia.

Anna feels it is particularly important for clients who have suffered at the hands of negligence to have their questions answered. Having studied medical science before turning to law, her background enables her to have heightened attention to detail in clinical negligence cases.

 

 

Ana was also mentioned in the 2017 Legal 500 where she was racked as a Recommended Lawyer. The Legal 500 said.

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Associate Anna Pearson is ‘thorough and very effective’ and is another key member of the team that is adept at handling high-value claims. Pearson demonstrates a ‘great insight into the key issues of the case’.

Anna has a great deal of experience dealing with clinical negligence cases such as:

Away from work, Anna enjoys travelling and learning new languages. This comes with the territory of being the partner of an opera singer, as Anna routinely ventures far and wide to witness the apple of her eye perform.

Her favourite quote comes from Winston Churchill, who said: “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen”.