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Danielle Trubridge

Court of Protection executive

I pride myself on going the extra mile for my clients and their families and for being delivering a top quality service whilst making them feel at ease about the legal process.

Get to know Danielle

I joined Slater and Gordon in 2021 in the Court of Protection Department. I have been involved in Court of Protection Deputyships and Personal Injury Trusts for over 10 years. I work predominantly for vulnerable clients and those who suffer from acquired brain injuries.

I am based in the North East however, I act for clients across the country, predominantly in the North East and North West. I work with the Personal Injury teams during the litigation process as well as post settlement.

I also work very closely with multi-disciplinary teams such as case managers, occupational therapists and physiotherapists as well as architects and financial advisors.

I am currently studying to complete my CILEX qualifications.

The extra mile

From 2020-2022 I was fundraising lead for Headway Tyneside, a charity which helps people affected by brain injury across the North East.

I have been involved in several charity based fundraising activities such as sky dives and boat racing in order to raise money for charities that support those with brain injuries.

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