Lucy Trevelyan LLB
Lucy is an NCTJ trained journalist, editor and lawyer. She worked on regional and national newspapers before studying law at the University of Greenwich and passing her Legal Practice Course with commendation. She then combined her journalistic and legal skills and has written about the law for more than 20 years.
A former editor of New Law Journal and Solicitors Journal and website editor of The Lawyer, she has written for a number of national and international legal journals, organisations and websites - such as the International Bar Association, The Law Society and People Management.
Articles written by Lucy Trevelyan LLB:
Back injuries, even minor ones, can be painful and cause day-to-day issues. Find out how to make a claim.
How to make a claim following a car accident - including hit and runs.
Serious injuries can have lifelong implications - get help to claim compensation.
Check out our guide on how to win personal injury compensation for your injuries.
Motorcyclists are among the most vunerable users on our roads, and when accidents happen the consequences can be serious.
Potholes can cause trips and falls for pedestrians walking down the street. Who do you make a claim against if you're injured?
Road traffic accidents can cause serious injuries - get more information on claiming compensation.
Slips, trips and falls are among the most common injury-causing accidents.
Injured while playing (or watching) a sport? Find out if you're eligible to make a claim.
Whiplash injuries can cause serious and long-term health problems. We explain how to make a claim for whiplash compensation.
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