Our offices are open for business. We kindly ask that you continue to wear a facemask if you are able to do so when visiting us.

Please do not visit if you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, if this is the case, please contact the office by telephone/email to rearrange your appointment or discuss an alternative arrangement.

The safety of our staff & clients is of paramount importance to us and so thank you for your continued co-operation.

Please note - As of 1st September 2021, Brindley Twist Tafft & James will no longer be using the Document Exchange (DX) service.

Kerry Hudson

Solicitor, Personal Injury & Employment

Kerry qualified as a Solicitor in 2005, progressing to Partner in the law firm she undertook her training contract with. 

Kerry undertook predominantly personal injury and employment work together with a case load of civil litigation matters.  This has given her a strong background in litigation and has represented regularly clients in the County Court’s and Employment Tribunals.

Kerry has previously specialised in serious personal injury claims and in particular brain injuries and brings with her many years of experience of dealing with all types of personal injury claims including criminal injury claims.

Kerry represents both employees and employers on all employment and HR issues, including settlement agreements, redundancies, grievances, unfair dismissal and discrimination, restrictive covenants and regularly offers general HR and employment advice on an ad hoc basis when needed.  In addition, Kerry is pleased to assist in the preparation of employment documents such as contracts of employment and staff handbooks.

Comments Kerry has received from her clients have praised her straight talking, clear and approachable manner.

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