Kate Sweeney

Director, Injury Practice Area

Career

As Head of the Injury Practice Area, Kate drives growth and operational excellence across all of her teams, ensuring an optimal client experience. Kate is an active member of our Senior Management Team and is involved in developing strategy and making sound business decisions affecting all areas of the company.

Kate has extensive experience both in leadership and in the field of Personal Injury. She has 10 years of experience in Clinical Negligence where she handled a wide range of client files as well as managing and growing the team. For the last 16 years, Kate has worked in the area of Personal Injury, leading the team alongside managing a small caseload.

Throughout Kate’s career, and in her previous role, she has achieved some fantastic results for clients as well as obtaining managerial successes, including building a Clinical Negligence team and introducing several new case management systems.

During her time working in the Personal Injury field, Kate has brought in and embraced new technological advances in correlation with the ever-changing Personal Injury legal framework and aims to build on this, looking towards the future and the changes on the horizon across the entire Injury Practice Area.

Professional Memberships

Kate has been part of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society (MASS) for the last 15 years.

Outside of Work

Kate is heavily involved with a local amateur dramatic group, Leigh Turnpike Theatre. She played Aladdin in their 2021 pantomime and is currently directing two one act plays alongside sitting as the Chair of Governors at her local primary school.

Kate loves sports of all kinds, both participating and watching – this includes Zumba, skiing and walking.

Attending concerts is a favourite pastime for Kate and her family has attended many music festivals together but Glastonbury is still on the bucket list!

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