I joined Hodge Jones & Allen LLP in 2009 and became a Partner in 2014. I specialise in all areas of Claimant personal injury work, including employers liability, occupiers liability, road traffic accidents including pedestrians and cyclists and highways claims. I also have extensive experience in dealing with accidents that have occurred on aeroplanes, when on a package holiday and accidents that occur in prison. I have a particular interest in dealing with repetitive strain injury claims and cases involving multiple defendants.
I am a recommended lawyer by the Legal 500 and have been described as “an excellent litigator.”
I have recently been appointed Transport Secretary for the APIL Transport group.
LPC (Distinction), Nottingham Law School, 2006
Law degree (2:1), Sheffield University, 2002 – 2005
Joined Hodge Jones & Allen, October 2009
Qualified as a Solicitor, September 2009
Training Contract at Curwens Solicitors, 2007 – 2009
Paralegal at a residential and commercial conveyancing law firm
“The hospitality of your firm is fantastic. Leticia explained everything down to a ‘T’ and also the firm has made me very welcome and that they care about me; not just getting the money. They were putting right the wrong. Leticia has also been helpful”
“Thank you so much for your time and professionalism in following my case, I have felt incredibly looked after and I am very grateful for the constant effort that you have shown throughout. Thank you for confirming the final settlement figure as discussed over the phone, Once again a massive “thank you”!” Mr A
“Leticia – it was nice to meet you at [the client’s] hearing. Thank you for your support and doing your best to help us get a good result.”
“Leticia, thank you so much for your support and help.”
“I was very happy with your service, it [my claim] was dealt with quickly, efficiently, and I felt that the amount I received for my claim was fair. Thank you once again.”
Represented a hair dresser who suffered a repetitive strain injury in both wrists whilst constantly working without adequate breaks. Liability was denied throughout but the claim settled for £50,000.
Acted for a council administrative worker who spent all day checking and stamping forms without adequate breaks and developed tendonitis in her elbow as a result. Liability was admitted and the claim settled for £25,000.
Represented a waiter who tripped on uneven/broken tarmac causing him to fracture his wrist. Liability was denied by the Defendant but the claim settled for £4,000.
Acted for an office worker when a cupboard fell on her at work causing concussion and a deep laceration to her forehead. Liability was admitted by her employers and she was awarded £6,000
Represented a foreman who was injured when a fork lift truck reversed into him at work causing a soft tissue knee injury. Liability was initially denied but I managed to obtain CCTV footage of the accident and the claim settled for £8,000.
Acted for a Client who was hit by an air hostess trolley whilst on a flight to Ghana. She suffered an injury to her knee. Liability was admitted and the Client received £3,500.
Represented a plumber who was hit from behind when he was a passenger in his friend’s vehicle. The Client injured his wrist and back and required an operation. He was left with permanent symptoms and had to re-train as an estate agent. He received £100,000.
Membership & Appointments
Member of APIL since January 2011
Law Society Personal Injury panel
I enjoy running, socialising with friends, all things chocolate and I am an avid reader.
Now that Christmas is over and normal routine has resumed, it is time to consider the increased risks to our roads that winter can bring. One of the most common ice-related injuries this time of year are injuries from road traffic accidents. Roads today can be dangerous at the best of times, but throw some ice and snow into the mix and this provides drivers with extra challenges due to the more difficult driving conditions on the roads during these treacherous few months.
Hodge Jones & Allen is celebrating its 40th anniversary and throughout its 40 years personal injury law has received an unprecedented amount of attention and criticism. From my experience we regularly see misinformation and read negative publicity which often can deter people from bringing a legitimate PI claim.