Allison Hampshire qualified as a solicitor in 1997 and has since worked exclusively as a specialist claimant injury lawyer.
She has a strong record of success, especially in complex, high value personal injury claims. In her most high-profile case, Burton v Kingsbury  EWHC 2091 (QB), Allison successfully represented a claimant rendered tetraplegic by a road traffic accident, securing an award in excess of £6.3m. (The judgement of Justice Flaux in the Burton case was one of the first to deal with the issues raised by the Court of Appeal in Crofton v NHSLA).
Allison¹s approach has been characterised by one opponent as “a terrifying combination of tactical nous, natural empathy and relentless attention to detail.” Outside of work, she loves to travel, to cook and go to the theatre. She also admits to being a shopaholic, with a particular weakness for shoes.
In 2010, Allison won the Business Mum Extraordinaire award. She has also been a runner-up at the Business Woman of the Year awards (2010) and Venus Awards for High Achiever of the Year (2013).
However, she is much prouder of winning an episode of TVs Come Dine With Me