Associate Solicitor

Susan is an Associate Solicitor in our Insurance Litigation team and head of the Personal Injury division. She has extensive expertise is in all aspects of personal injury work including clinical negligence claims. 

During her career, Susan has acted for both defendant insurance companies and claimants, giving her an invaluable insight into the approach to a claim from both perspectives.

Susan is a member of the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority Panel for Personal Injury Claims and a Senior Litigator of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (dedicated to promoting the interests of accident victims).

After completing a degree at Cardiff University, Susan qualified as a solicitor in 1991. She joined Wansbroughs, from DAC Beachcroft LLP in Bristol, in 1996.


“Sue was an amazing solicitor who was helpful and always explained every aspect of the case to me. A huge thank you.”
Alice Robinson

“The compensation was certainly very much more than I anticipated and I must congratulate you on your expertise in obtaining such a sum.”
Mr Sheppard, Devizes

“Susan Clifford was impeccable. She constantly kept me informed and chased the third party without once being reminded to do so. She was also there just when I needed her to personally speak to a psychologist on my behalf when I just somehow could not relay to him how I felt after my accident.”
Mrs Huish, Chippenham

“Your advice has been invaluable. Without your help and encouragement I think I would have lost heart.”
Mrs Powell, Melksham

“I would like to thank you for all the work you have done to bring the compensation claim to a close. You and Lauren showed my husband and myself such care, consideration and understanding but the process was not as traumatic as it could have been and the claim was completed more quickly than I had imagined possible.”
Mrs Nelson, Melksham

“I am really pleased with the final offer. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your hard work on this case, your perseverance in getting a higher settlement is gratefully appreciated.”
Miss Eaton, Melksham

“Our sincere thanks for all your help, care and compassion. You have been wonderful.”
Mrs Spencer, Melksham