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Slater and Gordon, Stephen Goodman, Manchester, ENGLAND

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Stephen Goodman

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Slater and Gordon

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Personal Injury: Travel Litigation

Position

Stephen is an associate and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in the travel litigation team at Slater and Gordon in Manchester.

He specialises in claims involving clients who have been injured or become unwell abroad. Stephen was previously employed by one the UK’s largest tour operators as a defendant lawyer. He now specialises in claimant work making full use of the knowledge and experience he has gained, to achieve the best settlements he can for his clients.

Stephen is a key member of his department and in addition to pursuing claims on behalf of his clients, manages a team of Fee Earners whom he provides with assistance, training and career development on a daily basis.

Career

Stephen began his legal career in 2005, joined Pannone Solicitors in 2009 and Slater and Gordon in 2014.

Member

Stephen is a member of the Travel and Tourism Lawyers Association (TATLA) and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.


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Stephen Goodman - Slater and Gordon

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The Manchester-based travel litigation team at Slater and Gordon acts for claimants and defendants in personal injury claims that occur abroad. It is an 'experienced team with a good mixture of fee earners and a strong and well-established volume of cases'; it has broad experience in a range of accident and illness claims and is advising a claimant who suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of an accident in Spain. Senior associate Stephen Goodman leads the Manchester travel litigation team and Nicola Rostron, who is also a senior associate, has particular experience in cross-border road traffic accident claims. Kieran Mitchell has joined DAC Beachcroft LLP.

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