Stacey started with Bonnar Accident Law as a Litigation Assistant in October 2003. She worked closely alongside the paralegal team gaining valuable experience before becoming a paralegal mid-2004. She has been with firm in this role ever since.
Stacey has over 10 years’ experience of investigating and managing all types of personal injury claims. She handles all aspects of accident compensation cases and she negotiates settlements with the insurance companies on behalf of her clients. Her role also involves preparing cases for solicitors to raise in court.
Stacey is a qualified dance teacher (B.A.T.D) in Stage, Freestyle and Cheer Pom. She has been dancing since the age of 3 and teaching for 15 years. She is also a qualified Zumba Instructor. In 2012 Stacey became a proud and devoted mother of a baby boy.
Janet Muir tripped over a pallet in a supermarket and started off by dealing with matters herself. The company initially offered a few hundred pounds as a ‘goodwill’ gesture. Janet felt that this was woefully inadequate and even insulting given the level of pain she was suffering and she approached us to manage her claim.
She had stubbed her big toe, sprained her wrist and jarred her back muscles resulting in months of severe pain and discomfort.
We were delighted to be able to force the defenders to pay a fair amount and Stacey settled Janet’s claim for £5,000 within 6 months of starting proceedings.
Tony Grant was injured when racking in a garden centre buckled and a heavy metal bar struck his right elbow. He went on to develop frozen shoulder which left him in constant pain for weeks on end.
Mr. Grant attempted to deal with matters himself with assistance from his family but all he received was a letter of apology and no offer of compensation. Sadly this rather shabby tactic is a fairly commonplace occurrence and is typical of insurance company behaviour when dealing directly with hurt and injured people.