Jeremy is a very experienced personal injury solicitor, having qualified in 1991. Since 2006, he has represented clients who have sustained catastrophic brain and spinal cord injuries, having previously acted mainly for sufferers of asbestos and other industrial diseases.
Jeremy currently has a unique position within the firm, as his role comprises drafting Statements of Case, Schedules of Loss, applications for review or appeal in Criminal Injury Compensation cases, researching and advising on particular points of law or procedure, as well as advising on cases with a foreign element.
Career History and Education
- St Catherine’s College, Oxford, BA in Chemistry 1975
- Manchester Metropolitan University, CPE in Law and Law Society Finals 1987-89
- Trained at Glaisyers Solicitors 1989-91
- Qualified at Thompsons Solicitors 1991
- Course Presenter for BPP Law School 2002-04
- Senior Solicitor at Potter Rees Dolan from 2005