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Slater and Gordon

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Damian Bradley

Work 0161 383 3500
Slater and Gordon

Work Department

Personal Injury


Damian is a Principal Lawyer at Slater and Gordon. He is experienced in handling cases involving spinal injury, brain injury, serious orthopaedic injury and disfigurement cases. Further litigation interests include product liability and fatal accident claims.


Damian trained at Fentons Solicitors; qualified 1999; became Assistant Solicitor 2000-2003; Associate Solicitor 2003-08; Partner 2008-13; and Principal Lawyer at Slater and Gordon 2013 to date (Fentons became part of Slater and Gordon in 2013).


Damian is a Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers; and is a member of Manchester Law Society.

North West: Insurance

Personal injury: claimant

Within: Personal injury: claimant

Slater and Gordon  has a ‘wealth of experience and a track record in serious injury litigation - its reputation is well deserved as it has a very attentive, supportive and responsive team’. In Manchester the ‘immensely experienced’ Pauline Chandler  is ‘just superb; she gets a great result for her clients very quickly’. Jenny Keith knows all there is to know when it comes to serious personal injury’. The ‘highly experiencedDamian Bradley  who is particularly strong for employers’ liability is ‘very intelligent, personable and helpful’. It fields some ‘great lawyers who are handling complex asbestos disease claims’ under the leadership of Madelene Holdsworth  who is the national head of industrial disease. The ‘knowledgeableRichard Scorer  who heads the abuse team ‘deploys his extensive experience effectively’. Senior associate Jane Martin  is applauded for her ‘diligence and hard work’ and associate Andrew Taylor  ‘always exercises great judgement’. In Liverpool Carol Hopwood is a ‘very experienced lawyer who has a charm and a light touch when trying to get the best outcome for her clients. Clients really warm to her and trust her judgement’. The large department has a number of key specialisms including advising on brain and spinal injury, travel law, abuses/sexual assault, human rights and inquest law.

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