Russell Cooke Putney London 2

About Amy

Often clients come to me at an extremely challenging time in their lives, whether they themselves have been injured or they have sadly lost a loved one. I provide a sensitive and effective approach to the legal process and seek for them the compensation they deserve in recognition of the pain, suffering and financial losses caused by negligence.

Amy represents clients in civil claims for compensation arising as a result of negligence.

Amy's expertise in personal injury claims includes acting for clients who have been involved in road traffic accidents; and accidents leading to public liability and employers' liability claims. In the context of Amy's clinical negligence practice, she regularly deals with claims against hospital trusts, private clinicians, GPs, and other healthcare providers. She has also represented clients seeking compensation in dental negligence cases.

She has represented bereaved families at pre-inquest reviews and inquests in the coroners’ courts.

Amy takes pride in providing a professional and sympathetic service to all her clients.

She provides support and guidance to members of the public through a local Citizens' Advice Bureau and local Law Centres.

We would like to thank you for the excellent work you've done on our behalf, and especially for the care you've shown in dealing with us. This has been a very difficult process, and you showed us great empathy and sensitivity. Without that we couldn't have proceeded.
Clinical Negligence Client (2023)


Clinical negligence: 

  • achieved a settlement of £115,000 for Mr L in his clinical negligence claim against Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The claim arose out of an incorrect diagnosis of adenocarcinoma following a mix-up of prostate biopsy samples at St Peter’s Hospital

  • secured a settlement of £100,000 for a client whose wife sadly died from complications arising as a result of an investigative medical test, in respect of which she was not properly consented.  Whilst Barts Health NHS Trust admitted they had failed to obtain informed consent, they disputed causation.  Amy argued on the client’s behalf that his wife would not have undergone the procedure in question if there had been sufficient discussion enabling her to consider the non-invasive treatment options, which she would have been able to access under her private medical insurance

Personal injury: 

  • acted for a 29-year old motorcyclist in his road traffic accident claim. The claimant suffered serious orthopaedic and psychological injuries in addition to a range of financial losses, in respect of which a settlement in the region of £110,000 was agreed


  • represented the daughters of a 79-year old gentleman at inquest following his tragic death from pulmonary thromboembolism secondary to deep vein thrombosis. Amy helped the family to secure a Prevention of Future Deaths report, which the coroner issued in light of concerns regarding inconsistencies in the prescription of TED stockings at London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust
Amy was absolutely brilliant – timely, efficient, very caring and understanding. Always professional. My husband and I very much appreciated being able to work with someone like Amy during what was a lengthy and at times quite emotional process.
Personal Injury Client (2022)


  • Studied French, Spanish and Russian at Durham University and spent her third year living abroad. During this time, she studied at university in France and Spain, worked as a private English tutor in Galicia and completed an intensive language course in St. Petersburg

  • Completed her legal studies in her home city of Manchester in 2015 before moving to London to begin her career in law. 

  • Completed her training contract at Russell-Cooke and has worked in personal injury and clinical negligence law since qualifying as a solicitor in March 2017

Really great communication, updates and advice. Amy always did things when she said she would and the process from her side was as smooth as I think she could make it. I never had to chase Amy for any updates and I always felt like I had all the information I needed for each stage of the process and to help me make decisions.
Clinical Negligence Client (2022)


  • Member of Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)

Amy's highlights



The Hughes Report–‘options for redress for those harmed by valproate and pelvic mesh’

Following release of The Hughes Report today, consultant Bernadette McGhie and associate Amy Anderson delve into its implications...
Bernadette McGhie, Consultant in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, personal injury and medical negligence team. Amy Anderson, Associate in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, personal injury and medical negligence team.
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Bernadette McGhie, Amy Anderson


Russell-Cooke's clinical negligence team succeeds in claim against Spire Healthcare Limited

Amy Anderson, Associate in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, personal injury and medical negligence team.
Amy Anderson
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Success against Barts Health NHS Trust in tragic fatal claim centred on consent

Dominic Fairclough, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, personal injury and medical negligence team. Amy Anderson, Associate in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, personal injury and medical negligence team.
Multiple Authors
3 min Read
Dominic Fairclough, Amy Anderson
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