Helen Rundle

Helen qualified as a Solicitor in 2010 and has worked exclusively in the field of clinical negligence since. Helen’s key areas of expertise include brain injury, oncology, general surgery, paediatric orthopaedic, VTE, stillbirth/neonatal death, cauda equina and fatalities.

Helen has volunteering experience relevant to her role having served as a Trustee and Secretary for Headway Lincolnshire from 2012-2019 and also as a Helpline Advisor for Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) from 2009-2015.

Helen also has over 5 years’ experience working in the healthcare field, as a Healthcare Support Worker and a Home Care Assistant. She is well-connected to several charities, and was the driving force behind Lime Solicitors’ winter fundraising activity for charity Little Miracles.

In recognition of Helen’s determination to seek justice for clients she was shortlisted with only 9 other lawyers across the country as Junior Lawyer of the Year at the 2014 Law Society Excellence Awards.

Helen was recognised as an ‘Associate to Watch’ in the 2020 and 2021 editions of Chambers and Partners:

2020: “…well equipped to handle delayed diagnoses, brain damage cases, fatal claims and surgical errors. One impressed client highlights that “she is down to earth and I found it easy to work with her.” Another interviewee appreciates that she is “highly efficient and responsive.”

2021: “…A client reports: “She never gave up on me and did her utmost to help get the result we were after.”

Helen helps individuals who have suffered at the hands of clinical negligence. She has supported patients in several complex and high value cases, recovering substantial compensation. Helen has been involved in several inquests, has acted for patients with healthcare issues that have gone misdiagnosed, and has helped a number of patients who have suffered hypoxic brain injuries.

Away from the desk

Favourite place

Trevone Bay, Cornwall

Favourite book

The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse


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Favourite food