Serious injury specialist joins Leigh Day’s personal injury department
New partner Andrew Zajac has joined Leigh Day’s personal injury department.
Posted on 27 May 2021
Andrew specialises in acting for clients who have suffered severe, life-changing injuries, including brain and spinal injury, polytrauma and chronic pain. He will be based in the firm’s Manchester office.
Andrew, 40 and initially from the South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire area, trained at Taylor Vinters who were taken over by Slater and Gordon. He qualified as a solicitor and has worked in the field of serious personal injury since 2006. He moved to Manchester in 2018 where he was responsible for managing several teams undertaking cases for people who had sustained serious, life-changing injuries. He is also a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and a former trustee and company secretary of Headway Hertfordshire.
Law firm Leigh Day has more than 30 years’ experience in the field of personal injury and has a specialist brain injury team which work across a variety of complex cases involving road traffic and cycling collisions, workplace accidents and falls in public places.
Andrew Zajac said:
“I am delighted to be joining Leigh Day’s personal injury department and I am looking forward to working with the team in the Manchester office as well as the wider national team.
“Starting at Leigh Day is a great opportunity to build on the work I have done and allows me to continue to strive to achieve rehabilitation and justice for people who have been seriously injured.”
Andrew Bradley, Leigh Day personal injury partner and head of the Manchester office, added:
“Andrew will be a great addition to the Manchester team, which continues to grow. His years of expertise will allow us to help even more people who have suffered catastrophic injuries from our base in the north of England.”
Andrew is head of the Manchester office and specialises in personal injury claims, especially those injured whilst cycling