Louise Riley

Associate & Serious Injury Solicitor

Louise is an Associate Solicitor within our Serious Injury Department having joined Fletchers in 2008 and dedicating herself to fighting for justice for accident victims since then. Recognised by Chambers & Partners as a Band 2 Individual, Louise is noted for her expertise in handling claims involving catastrophic brain injury.

She is highly motivated to get the best possible outcome for her clients and has achieved some outstanding results. Louise really cares about her clients and has terrific client care skills.

“Thank you for being so approachable. After going through such a difficult part of my life it’s meant a lot to know I have a solicitor I can trust”

“This journey was made to be so much easier knowing that you were my legal representative, showing a profession, knowledge, and above all patience that belies your years. That there is a bitter sweetness to it all being over”

“Thank you… for really putting in the effort. I do really appreciate this”

Notable Settled Cases

SE (2018)

Acting on behalf of a client who had suffered traumatic brain injuries, securing a £5,730,702 settlement.

JS (2018)

Acting for a client who had suffered traumatic brain injuries, securing a settlement of £855,000.00.

Holdsworth (2017)

Acting on behalf of a client who had suffered brachial plexus and life-changing orthopaedic injuries, securing a settlement of £1,297,863.36.

A Fatal Accident Act case (2019)

This case involved significant business losses. The deceased was a partner in a lucrative family run business, who would’ve jointly inherited the property and business upon the owner’s death. Liability was contested, despite this Louise secured a £1,150,000.00 settlement.

A Fatal Accident Act case (2019)

Acting on behalf of three dependants, including two minors aged 1 and 3 at the time of the incident, securing a settlement of £850,000.

SV (2020)

Representing an adult dependent whose parents both died in the same road traffic accident. He was highly reliant upon both of his parents due to his Autistic Spectrum Disorder and the claim for loss of services was a significant one, a settlement of £747K was secured.

Special Interests


  • LLB Law Degree University of Manchester: 2:1
  • College of Law, Chester LPC: Commendation
  • Admitted as solicitor May 2009