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Philip has been part of the Leigh Day cycling team since February 2018. He represents injured cyclists who have suffered serious orthopaedic and head injuries with an interest in the resulting psychological trauma. 
 
Philip studied Law at The University of Nottingham and completed his training contract at Osbornes Law. He qualified into the PI department with a busy caseload of road traffic collisions and injuries at work. He gained particular experience with claimants whose first language is not English. He continues to act for injured motorists, pedestrians and employees and has experience in recovering all forms of losses and expenses across a broad range of incidents, with a focus on implementing rehabilitation and the earliest possible recovery of loss of earnings, damaged property and equipment. 
 
Philip enjoys cycling, rowing, swimming and yoga. He is the rowing secretary at Thames Rowing Club. He commutes by bicycle daily in and around London.
 
Some of his recent cases involve:
 
  • A cyclist hit from behind whilst on a training suffering a head injury and multiple orthopaedic and dental injuries. 
  • A cyclist hit by a vehicle turning into his path causing serious hand injuries and complex psychiatric trauma.
  • A cyclist commuting to work when he was hit from behind and then run over by the same vehicle suffering multiple orthopaedic spinal, hand  and knee injuries.
 
Here’s what some of his clients have to say about his work:
 
  • Very professional but still approachable.
  • I want to make special awareness and attention to the outstanding work of Philip and his sincere understanding in dealing with a person like me with this illness.
  • Thanks for all your help and assistance, very much appreciated.
  • Thank you very much for all your attempts and hard work.
  • Thanks for your help over the past number of months, it's appreciated.
  • Can I thank you all at your office for all you help.

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