Gail is an Associate Solicitor in the firm’s Medical Negligence and Personal Injury department, based at our Lewes office. She has been with the firm since 2013.
Gail comes to law as a second career and brings with her significant experience having worked in the defendant insurer industry for many years.
She completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at Brighton University and then achieved a distinction in the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in Guildford. She commenced her training with the firm in 2013, completing seats in Litigation, Medical Negligence and Private Client, before qualifying and joining the Medical Negligence Department in March 2017. She was promoted to Associate in April 2019.
Gail works on a wide-ranging caseload, consisting of cases arising from misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis, negligent surgery, and fatal injury, amongst others. She also assists senior members of the team with high value cases arising from catastrophic injuries such as cerebral palsy and acquired adult brain injury. Gail also specialises in Coroner’s inquests involving death arising from suspected clinical failures. She is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Gail has a particular reputation for client care, understanding that litigation can be a difficult process for people, and that the professional relationship she builds with her clients is as important as the legal advice she provides.
Outside of work Gail enjoys spending time with her children, horse riding, long walks in the countryside, eating out and going to the gym.
"Gail Waller was tenacious in following up and winning substantial compensation in my medical negligence case. Highest degree of professionalism, excellent advice, and clear, explanation of issue and costs. I have been very impressed with all aspects of the service provided by Mayo Wynne Baxter."
Anonymous - May 2021
"I would highly recommend Mayo Wynne Baxter. I was highly satisfied with my experience of a medical negligence case. I was always kept informed and updated. When I didn't understand some of the legal jargon it was always fully explained to me."
NC - June 2021