Personal injury solicitor Paula is part of Thompsons Solicitors’ Asbestos Disease Team and handles cases across the North West.
Based from Thompsons’ Liverpool office, Paula has two decades of experience as a personal injury solicitor and specialises in claims involving pleural plaques, pleural thickening, asbestosis and mesothelioma.
Paula’s daily responsibilities include liaising with clients, insurers and experts, conducting research and reviewing records, in order to collect evidence in support of claims for asbestos-related diseases.
A skilled investigator with an amiable manner, Paula’s primary objective is to secure justice for her clients.
Thompsons’ professional yet friendly ethos, which ensures clients receive first class legal services while also providing support and reassurance for them during a difficult time, makes Paula proud to work at the firm.
Paula is also proud that Thompsons is the legal firm of choice for trade unions.
When not working, Paula enjoys spending time with her family and attending theatre and music performances.
PAULA’S CASE EXPERIENCE
Mesothelioma claim: Paula’s client developed mesothelioma after working at a sawmill for 25 years. As part of his job, he unloaded, stacked and manipulated unsealed asbestos boards without protection. Sadly, he passed away before the claim was completed and Paula secured a six figure settlement for his family.
Asbestosis claim: Paula represented a pipe fitter who was exposed to asbestos dust while stripping lagging from pipework without protective equipment over a period of three decades. He contracted asbestosis as a consequence and Paula secured a settlement on his behalf.
A former client of Paula’s said: “Thank you Paula for all your patience and understanding and friendship throughout this episode of my condition. You discussed all aspects of the case with courtesy and compassion."
Another of Paula’s former clients said: “I found Paula Wrigley and her team were excellent and made the process easier and less stressful to deal with, particularly when I was grieving. I know my husband would have liked to thank her himself.”