David is a solicitor and heads the personal injury department at the firm. He has extensive experience in dealing with all types of personal injury claims including claims that go to Court. This includes road traffic accidents to serious and severe workplace injuries. He has never lost a case to date.

David currently considers all personal injury enquiries however he has a special interest in serious and catastrophic injuries occurring in the workplace.

In addition to workplace claims he deals with the following:

  • road traffic accidents (especially motorcycle and bicycle claims);
  • medical negligence claims;
  • slip, trips and falls in public and private;
  • injuries while on holiday;
  • prison incidents;
  • fatal injuries;
  • uninsured and untraceable driver applications through the MIB;
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority applications and all other criminal injuries.

He regularly carries out home visits and is happy to give a free initial consultation. He is able to see clients at all of our offices.

“Personal injury claims are quite unique from other areas of law, this is because clients do not need to shell out on fees at the start of the claim but instead can pay fees at the end of a claim in accordance with a conditional or contingency fee agreement ‘also labelled as no win no fee’ this means we can offer representation to clients from all walks of life without the pressures and burden of fees”

David also increasingly advises on civil litigation matters. This includes landlord and tenant, debt recovery, civil disputes, dispute resolution, acting for local companies, businesses and general civil law advice.

He grew up in Lincolnshire and is very passionate about the county. He has previously been a town councillor. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his daughter, playing badminton, enjoys running and has previously competed in district league darts.

2013 - Degree in law LLB(Hons)

    (Elected President of the Student Law Society for the year 2012).

2014 - Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC).          

    (Called to the bar of England and Wales, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn).

2015 - Admitted and enrolled as a barrister of the Gibraltar Supreme Court.

2016 - Admission as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales.

2017 - Masters degree in law LLM, with focus on injuries indirectly caused by police negligence.

2018 - Higher Rights of Audience (Civil and Criminal), Solicitor-Advocate.