Beth Clayton


Beth is a Paralegal in the Personal Injury department at Rotheras and is based at our Lace Market Office.


Beth moved into the area of Medical Negligence in January 2019 before joining Rotheras Transport Law team in June 2019 and moving to the firm’s Personal Injury team in November 2019.

As part of the Personal Injury department Beth liaises with new clients, including taking all details of their potential claim and giving preliminary advice. She also collates information and carries out research in relation to relevant forms of negligence for various personal injury claims, including occupiers liability, public liability, employers liability and road traffic accidents, to provide to the relevant insurer as notification that a claim has been made against them.

Beth also meets with clients to discuss initial documents with them and explain the procedure and funding options.

Prior to her current role Beth spent two and a half years working in Property Law, focusing mainly on residential sale and purchase transactions.

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Beth Clayton's Experience


  • Beth graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2016 with a Law degree
  • As of September 2019 Beth began her LPC/LLM part-time and hopes to train as a solicitor within the next few years

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