Rebekah Baty

Litigation Executive

Rebekah commenced working in the legal industry in 1997 and after gaining valuable experience in several departments, she decided to specialise in personal injury and child abuse claims. 

Rebekah joined Quality Solicitors Dunn & Baker in March 2012. She is currently training as a Legal Executive and is due to complete her qualification in January 2019. 

Rebekah deals with all aspects of Personal Injury claims to include:

  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Cycle accidents
  • Accidents at work
  • Life Changing Injuries
  • Accidents in public spaces
  • Animal injuries, accidents and bites
  • Injuries to children
  • CICA claims

Rebekah recognises that each client’s requirements are different and therefore provides an individually tailored service.  Rebekah works to ensure that each client recovers physically, mentally and financially from any accident.

Rebekah is involved with providing work experience placements and giving talks to Pathways to Law students at Exeter University.  Pathways to Law is an innovative and exciting programme, which provides fantastic opportunities for sixth form students who are interested in law.  There are a lot of misconceptions about the legal profession and this allows students to assess whether they want to pursue a career in the legal profession.

Rebekah is an approachable, friendly and empathic member of the Personal Injury Team.  Having studied psychotherapy extensively, this enables Rebekah to help clients through what can be a very difficult time.

Rebekah is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and the Association of Child Abuse Lawyers (ACAL)

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