Royds Withy King recently worked with AvMA to produce a short video outlining their their services and how volunteers, including members from Royds Withy King and 1COR, help AvMA deliver the vital support people need after experiencing medical harm. We were delighted that Rajkiran Barhey was asked to share her views and experience acting for families – keep an eye out for her at 3.28 mins.

Watch the video here.

Rajkiran Barhey (Call: 2017) is developing a broad practice, particularly in clinical negligence, personal injury and inquests and is Editor in Chief of the QMLR. She has a range of inquests experience, having been instructed in inquests engaging Article 2 and held with a jury, as well as acting in inquests concerning prisons, mental health care and clinical care. She is instructed by both families and other IPs. She was recently instructed by AvMA pro bono to act for the family of a 3-year old boy with a complex genetic condition who died in hospital following an adverse reaction to a new milk feed.