After graduating in 2007 and gaining his Legal Practice Certificate, Colin completed his training with Coleman’s Solicitors. He then joined regional law firm Pannone in 2013, subsequently moving to Slater and Gordon. He gained additional qualification as a solicitor advocate in 2013, which enables him to exercise rights of audience in civil proceedings on behalf of clients in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court in England and Wales.
Professional, courteous, thorough and lastly – honest.
Client of Colin
Since qualifying in 2013 as a Solicitor Advocate Colin has specialised in international travel litigation. Colin joined Leigh Day’s Manchester office in 2018 having moved from Slater and Gordon.
Colin has extensive experience dealing with complex and high value personal injury claims occurring abroad. Typically Colin acts for individuals involved in accidents occurring on package holidays, road traffic accidents overseas, workplace accidents overseas, maritime and aviation cases.
Colin’s recent caseload includes:
- Acting for the widow of a holidaymaker who died following an accident on a package holiday;
- Acting for an actor who sustained a brain injury during the course of filming a fight scene abroad;
- Acting for an employee who suffered life changing injuries whilst working on an oil rig;
- Acting for a holidaymaker who suffered a spinal injury during a road traffic accident abroad.
Colin’s professional memberships include the Law Society, The Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers (PEOPIL) and The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
News and blogs
Long Covid and the implications for personal injury
Colin Murphy considers what Long Covid could mean for personal injury claims in the future
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