Aidan is an associate in the Specialist PI Department and joined Hugh James in 2010. He is an accredited litigator of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and has extensive experience of complex, high value personal injury litigation. He specialises in recovering compensation for victims of overseas accidents and injuries caused as a result of defective and harmful products, such as medical devices including metal on metal hip implants.
Aidan is currently working with a team of highly experienced lawyers pursuing the manufacturers of various metal on metal hip devices. In these cases, metal ions from the implants have caused extensive tissue damage and have required further revision operations to replace the joint and remove the damaged tissue, often leaving the patient with permanent mobility problems.
Aidan has acted for victims and families who suffered accidents whilst on holiday or in the course of their employment in countries across Europe and Africa including Cyprus, Kenya, France, Spain and Gabon. He has experience of multi-jurisdictional claims and has provided expert advice to lawyers from other countries and jurisdictions. This has included working on a complex advice to a foreign lawyer concerning jurisdictional issues following the MH17 Malaysia Airlines flight that was shot down in July 2014.
With a Diploma in Legal Practice (Legal Practice Course) obtained from Cardiff University and graduating Aberystwyth University with a Law LLB (Hons), Aidan completed his training with Hugh James and qualified in 2015.
Aidan is a member of The Law Society and an accredited litigator of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)