Andrew specialises in seeking access to justice and rehabilitation for adults and children who have been catastrophically injured, including as a result of brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputation and complex orthopaedic problems.
What people say
Clients and others in the industry describe Andrew as “an excellent lawyer” who is “very helpful and knowledgeable…(and) approachable” and “skilled at working with complex challenging clients”.
According to Chambers and Partners 2021 “Andrew is particularly impressive as a litigator” and “During times of challenge in the client’s life Andrew has been able to support the client as well as the team in a timely, empathetic and effective manner”.
Andrew has extensive experience of cases involving chronic pain and related conditions, and understands the interplay between physical and psychological symptoms.
He completed his training with Taylor Vinters and qualified as a solicitor into the personal injury team there in 2006. In 2013 he moved with the team to Slater and Gordon, first in Cambridge and then to Manchester. He joined Leigh Day as a Partner in the Manchester personal injury team in May 2021.
Andrew is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and a former company secretary and trustee of Headway Hertfordshire (a role he left when he moved North).