As a specialist personal injury lawyer with over 25 years experience, Cordelia advises on all aspects of liability for injury and ill health providing both litigation and strategic advice. Implementing a highly focused forensic approach to case management, she specialises in identifying medical and financial fraud.
Cordelia defends insurance claims and advises on coverage. She provides advice on a wide range of commercial issues connected with the management of workforce injury and health, often bridging the gap between human resources, employment concerns and claims.
Drawing upon her detailed knowledge of the claims process and her experience of accident investigations and analysis, Cordelia works collaboratively with clients who wish to undertake proactive audits, review systems and introduce changes following liability exposure. She delivers safety training to both management and production teams.
Her clients include Insurers, Income Protection Providers, Manufacturers, Employers, Fire Services and Local Authorities.
Cordelia is a part time Tribunal Judge of the Social Entitlement Chamber.
Cordelia Rushby is recognised by the Legal 500 2017. “Highly professional”
Recognised by Best Lawyers (UK) in the practice area of Personal Injury Litigation (2018 and 2017)
Noted by the Legal 500 2016 as a key figure in Personal Injury work
“Confident, knowledgeable and understanding, she is adept at a wide range of matters but her handling of catastrophic injury claims stands out” Chambers UK
“Market observers laud Cordelia Rushby for having a “good, commercial sense of a claim’s value” coupled with a “great strategic mentality” Chambers UK
|2012||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|2007-2012||Kennedys | Partner|
|1995-2007||Prettys | Assistant Solicitor then Partner|
|1989-1994||Eversheds | Trainee Solicitor then Assistant Solicitor|
|1991||Qualified as a Solicitor|