If you’re injured at work, you can feel alone, powerless and afraid against a powerful employer. My legal expertise levels the field, I fight their lawyers and insurers for you. I’ve won cases against the Ministry of Defence, Crossrail, law firms, major construction companies and insurers.
I'm here to support you through the process of making an injury compensation claim, and I know experts in other fields, such as rehabilitation, who can help to ensure you get the best result for you.
You can trust I have only your interests at heart, because I only work for employees, never employers.
People who have been seriously injured at work, and their families need to know that someone is going to be held to account for the injury. You don’t want to think the same thing can happen again to others. You need to see justice done, and my knowledge of Health and Safety law will help to ensure that those at fault are held to account.
In serious cases, I know how to work with and put pressure on the Health and Safety Executive for action, to punish bad employers, and take preventive action.
I often represent families of people killed in workplace accidents at Inquests, at no fee, to see that justice is done. I have worked closely with Families Against Corporate Killers on behalf of a number of bereaved families.
Because of my experience and background, you can tell me about your workplace and its issues and know that I get it.
Mark Seward was killed at work, by an exploding hydraulic cylinder.
I was introduced to his wife, Tracey, by Families Against Corporate Killers. I represented Tracey in meetings with Health and Safety Executive, the police and gave her a voice at the Inquest into Mark’s death. Tracey achieved justice for Mark’s death, I won compensation for her and their children which covers their needs for the rest of their lives. The company was prosecuted by the HSE, found guilty of Mark’s death and fined £800,000. Tracey’s bravery throughout the claim amazed me. She now campaigns with FACK to prevent other families from losing their loved ones.
David Bell assaulted by 4 other soldiers.
David was on active duty for the army in Cyprus when he was assaulted by 4 other soldiers. He tried to get local solicitors to help, then a large national law firm, but they turned him down. David came to me, I could see he had suffered a huge injustice, so David instructed me and we brought a claim against the Ministry of Defence. They denied liability throughout, but after fighting for 6 years after the assault we won a settlement. and the MoD paid him compensation. David and his wife impressed me with their determination.