My Professional Background
I have been working as a Litigation Executive for the past 12 years and specialise in all aspects of personal injury law, which encompasses: employer, product, public and occupier liability, medical negligence, noise induced hearing loss and industrial disease.
I commenced work for Attwaters Jameson Hill three years ago. My time here has enabled me to be around like-minded, highly experienced professionals, who share my passion for law and who pride themselves on treating each client as an individual. I am very passionate about my work and always have my clients’ best interests at heart.
After completing my A-Levels, I came to England to perfect the language, with a view to becoming an English teacher. Having gained a Cambridge certified Diploma in English and qualifying as a Public Services Interpreter, I changed my direction completely and decided to pursue a career in law.
I was born and brought up in Rybnik, a city in southern Poland. I am bilingual and speak both English and Polish fluently. I have two sons who, due to unlimited levels of self-renewing energy, keep me very occupied! Despite that, I still find time to pursue my passion for painting. My current project draws influence from Polish folk art called ‘Wycinanki Lowickie’. My favourite cuisine is Lebanese and my preferred drink is wine. In addition to painting, I enjoy skiing and travelling; I have a fear of spiders. My dream job is to be doing something that would develop my creativity and if I was stranded on a desert island, I would like to be accompanied by someone inspirational to pass the time.