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Lyndsey Gordon-Webb
Associate Solicitor - Head of Disease Litigation
Personal Injury

Lyndsey is an Associate solicitor and Head of our Disease Litigation team.  The team deals with a wide range of industrial disease matters including:

  • Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) and Vibration White Finger (VWF)
  • Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL)
  • Respiratory disease (including asthma, COPD, chronic bronchitis and lung cancer)
  • Asbestos related disease
  • Skin complaints including industrial dermatitis
  • Applications for Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit.

The Disease Litigation team has traditionally acted on behalf of two Union clients and is expanding quickly.  Lyndsey is looking forward to working with our existing clients in addition to working with new clients in order to grow the department.  Lyndsey has worked within the field of industrial disease for twelve years and is looking forward to representing our clients within this complex field of litigation.

Experience

Lyndsey is an  Associate solicitor who joined Watkins and Gunn in March 2020 as Head of Disease Litigation.  She qualified as a solicitor in 2010 and has spent the last 14 years working for Wales’ largest independent law firm.  She has experience in  working on a wide range of industrial disease cases and has been involved in high profile group actions and individual matters .  Lyndsey’s work has enabled her to work on an international basis but she has now set her roots firmly in our Cardiff and Newport offices!

Outside of Work

Lyndsey is kept busy by her young son, husband and their two dogs.  When she has some free time Lyndsey enjoys horse riding and can be found cantering across the beaches in Ogmore!

Contact Details
Lyndsey Gordon-Webb
lgordon-webb@watkinsandgunn.co.uk

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