Leanne Rowley is a Partner in our Occupiers Liability and Public Liability and one of our joint Client Care Partners. She specialises in law, which includes trips and slips, defective food and drink cases and sporting injuries, such as those sustained as a result of violent conduct on a football or rugby pitch. Leanne forms part of a department headed up by Partner, Daniel Slade.
Leanne works on a variety of Personal Injury cases, her main speciality are accidents involving animals, such as horses and dogs. Leanne also works on niche Personal Injury cases including those involving injury caused by cosmetics and defective products.
Citing time management and communication skills as her strong points as a solicitor, Leanne considers regular communication with her clients and the satisfaction of seeing a case through from start to finish as the most enjoyable aspects of the job.
Many of lifes failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up, said Thomas Edison. And its this ever say die attitude that has helped Leanne secure a recent notable figures of £37,000 accident on a mobility scooter and £25,000 for an accident in a supermarket
Leanne was born and raised in Manchester, completing her LLB Law degree and winning the Outstanding Learner award at the city Metropolitan University. She undertook her LPC at the BPP School of Law, where her electives were Personal Injury, Advanced Criminal and Family Law.
Girl, 9, left with fractured face when Little Tikes slide tipped over after it ‘came with WRONG set of DIY instructions’
Izzy Lawton was rushed to hospital when she was hit in the face by the eight-stone slide while she played in her back garden in Stoke-on-Trent
Izzy Lawton suffered a series of fractures around her eye socket and nose when it toppled on top of her while she was playing on it with her younger brother.
- Wrong instructions in Little Tikes slide injures child
- £37,500 after mobility scooter accident
- £4,100 after and accident at School
- £5,000 Awarded to Teenager After She Was Injured on Theme Park Ride