Senior Associate Solicitor, Serious Injury Claims
- £110,000 Compensation for Amputation after Accident at Work
- £23,500 Compensation for Partial Thumb Amputation at Work
- £4,000 Compensation for Trip and Fall on Pavement
Charlotte also deals with cases involving Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome and claimants who have suffered head injury and psychiatric injuries.
In addition, her expertise covers Accident at Work Claims, Slips, Trips and Falls, Shoulder and Knee Injury claims, and Stress at Work claims.
Charlotte also has management experience alongside her extensive legal knowledge, and regularly participates in Simpson Millar’s internal mentoring scheme.
Charlotte joined Colemans-ctts (now part of Simpson Millar) in 2007, and was promoted to Associate Solicitor in 2010.
She studied at Brunel University London and obtained her LLB Law Degree in August 2003.
Interests outside of work
Charlotte is a non-executive director for one of Central London’s largest Conference and Events Companies.
Super Lawyers Magazine – Rising Star List 2013.
My solicitor was Charlotte Rankin, she was an upmost professional throughout the whole process. I was kept up to date on each step and anything I needed to complete was fully explained. Appointments to see specialists were made around my availability and were closed to where I lived. I would fully recommend Simpson Millar to everyone and especially Charlotte.Mr Frith
I have been dealing with Charlotte Rankin regarding my injury at work claim and have found Charlotte and Simpson Millar to be a very professional Company. Charlotte has been very supportive and caring in what has been a very stressful time in my life for me and my family, as I cannot currently work, due to my ongoing injury and treatment. Charlotte always replies promptly and keeps me up to date with what is happening with my case. Mr Tottenham
In June 2018, I suffered a severe injury from a fall in the community, for which I was not at fault. I was supported by Charlotte Rankin of Simpson Millar in bringing the claim.
Charlotte worked very hard to ensure that my claim was dealt with. However, my claim was resisted by the Co-op and past mental health issues were used against me as a reason for the claim being challenged and a reduced sum being awarded to me. I was often upset over the course of the two years it took for the claim to be resolved, particularly as focus was given to my mental issues.
Charlotte was a strong advocate in this regard; caring and considerate throughout and very supportive of me. She never once saw my mental health issues as a barrier or as a reason for my claim to be disregarded and was a very calming presence at a time of great stress.
Too often, mental health issues prevent people from moving forward with their lives. Charlotte proved to me that with the right support, mental health can be maintained and viewed in a positive light.Jacqueline Wilde