Amy is an experienced solicitor practicing in all areas of medical negligence. This includes cases involving delay in diagnosis, delay in treating cancer, surgical negligence, and has a particular interest in injuries during birth.
Amy joined Howells in 2008 as a caseworker, progressing to a team leader role and then completed her training to become a Solicitor with Howells.
Amy is empathetic and builds strong working relationships with her clients. She has received positive feedback from her clients whereby she has guided them through the legal system during the most difficult of times.
Amy is very approachable and acts as a support for her clients.
“From the bottom of my heart I thank you for restoring my faith in human nature, to be listened to and finally heard, means more than you’ll ever know. This is the last thing I can do for xxx [clients husband], and I want to make him proud of me. Thank you for all your support & kindness” July 2021
“Once again, I know I keep repeating this but it is the truth on how we all feel, thank you so very much for doing such a brilliant job on behalf of our beloved dad. In getting him justice. We wish this had never happened, but it did, and knowing they have admitted their appalling lack of care and treatment and complete disregard for his health and him as a human being, brings us no comfort only heartache. At least they were held accountable for it and admitted it.” – Medical Negligence Client, 2018
“Our solicitor Amy Fiddler, treated us with sensitivity, listened very carefully and was very professional, but at the same time she gently took us though a very difficult journey. We were always kept informed at each stage and felt that at any time we could contact her with any queries. Amy, from the bottom of our hearts we thank you. We would never have got through all of this without your help and kindness” – 2018
“My mum and my family and I thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all your hard work and compassion shown to all of us but especially from my mum. Thank you for your expertise and hard work in winning the claim. It brings us a little comfort that the defendant has admitted and acknowledged their negligence.” – 2018