Laura Vedrines

Litigation Executive
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Laura Vedrines joined Express Solicitors in November of 2020 as a Litigation Executive. When asked what she likes best about her job, Laura replied that she loves the rapport she builds with her clients. They put their trust in her and she works hard to live up to their expectations. Doing what is fair and getting the best possible compensation for her clients regarding an injury they sustained through no fault of their own, is what matters to Laura. She also loves the challenge of building a solid case when Defendants argue liability, may it be a big case, or a smaller case.

Laura specialises in Cross Border Personal Injury, Occupiers Liability / Public liability. When asked what makes her best at what she does, Laura replied ‘’ I believe we are all great at what we do, but I try and make a difference by providing extra client care, updating my clients regularly and most of all, I explain things in vey straight forward simple terms as legal jargon tends to be complicated. I am also straight forward and honest in my approach with clients and their case’’.

One of Laura’s greatest achievements to date is leaving her birth country with simply two suitcases and a loan to become a lawyer in England. Laura graduated from the Montpellier School of Law, in south of France. She moved to practice in England in 2014 where she initially worked on the Mau Mau Uprising – Class Action against the United Kingdom pertaining to war crimes and torture perpetrated by the British army on Kenyan people during decolonization. After, she worked on Military claims and moved on to Cross Border personal injury for 4 years before joining Express.

Laura was born and bred in France but has been living in the UK, Manchester specifically, for 6 years. She goes to the gym daily, practices Reiki, Meditation and has been skiing for 25 years.

Laura’s favourite quote is from Maya Angelou, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel.”