Chartered Legal Executive
Kim joined Harris Fowler in 2007, after completing her university degree and relocating from Bristol to Taunton with her husband. Kim’s interest in law stemmed from her father’s involvement in trade unions and assisting with employment matters for his fellow employees. This subsequently led her to choose law as part of her further education and directing her study of psychology to its involvement in the crime, detection and punishment of offenders.
Kim initially began working in the Road Traffic Accident department at Harris Fowler and was then offered the opportunity to deal with other cases, such as accidents at work and occupiers liability etc. During this time, Kim began her studies to become a Legal Executive and has completed her Level 3 Diploma in Law and Practice from the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and should reach Graduate level this year.
She is now an experienced case handler dealing with a variety of different cases. She enjoys dealing with cases involving complex injuries and complicated areas of law.
Kim feels the most rewarding aspect of the job is obtaining a successful outcome for an employee who has been mistreated and injured by the actions of their employer.