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About Maya

I am a partner in the firm’s medical negligence team, helping clients with complex claims resulting from substandard healthcare and medical practices.

As a medical negligence specialist, my clients are those who have sustained orthopaedic, gynaecological, maternal birth injury, obstetric or brain injuries, often with life changing or catastrophic results. I also have a particular interest in handling cases of cauda equina syndrome and sight loss (ophthalmic). My clients are often concerned initially about the complexity of the claims process, so I make sure I guide them through the legal maze and give them the clarity they need to feel reassured and confident.

I am approachable and open with my clients and take the time to get to know them and understand their concerns. I know that the legal process can be daunting, so I make it a priority to put clients at ease and let them know that they are in the best possible hands.

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Gabriela’s story

Our client, a 39-year-old mother of three children, suffered a third-degree anal tear (affecting the muscles of the anal sphincter) during the course of delivering her first child in September 2016 by forceps. The case included allegations that there was a failure to recognise the tear at the point of delivery.

Elisabeth’s story

Take a moment to hear Elisabeth’s story and testimonial for Moore Barlow, lead by Maya.

Tirina’s story

Listen to Tirina’s story as a result of medical negligence in diagnosis and treatment of Cauda Equina syndrome.

John’s story

In this video, John explains how he has been affected by Cauda Equina syndrome, his desire to seek answers as to why it had happened and the role that Moore Barlow played to help him with his rehabilitation and to secure compensation.

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