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Stewarts Law LLP

9 BOND COURT, LEEDS, LS1 2JZ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0113 222 0022
Fax:
Fax 0113 222 0044
DX:
26428 LEEDS PARK SQUARE
Email:
Web:
www.stewartslaw.com
London, Leeds

Daniel Herman

Tel:
Work 0113 222 0022
Email:
Stewarts Law LLP

Work Department

Personal injury.

Position

Partner responsible for Leeds office. Specialises in serious spinal and brain injury cases and foreign jurisdiction claims. He has a particular interest in claims arising or litigated in foreign jurisdictions. Daniel has worked on many high-value, market-leading cases.

Career

Trained Graham Leigh Pfeffer & Co; qualified 1999; Kingsford Stacey Blackwell 1999-2000; Stewarts Law 2000 to date.

Languages

Croatian.

Member

Fellow of APIL; Mulitdisciplinary Association of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals; First ever accredited spinal cord injury specialist solicitor.

Education

Bury Grammar School for Boys; University of Warwick (1995); College of Law, Chester (1996).

Leisure

Manchester United season ticket holder.


London: Transport

Travel

Within: Travel

Go-to’ firm Stewarts Law LLP acts on range of high-value catastrophic injury claims abroad. Noted individuals include team head Julian Chamberlayne, who is ‘extremely diligent, efficient and hardworking’; Ben Townsend who is ‘highly skilled’; head of the Leeds office Daniel Herman, who is ‘very experienced’; Scott Rigby who is ‘extremely good at putting clients at ease’; Christopher Deacon, who is rated as ‘outstanding’; and the ‘first-classSarah Stewart. It is also praised as ‘the premier firm’ for high-value aviation cases, where James Healy-Pratt has ‘a commanding presence’.

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Insurance

Personal injury: claimant

Within: Personal injury: claimant

The ‘pre-eminent experts’ at Stewarts Law LLPare absolutely on top of their game’ and ‘leaders’ in catastrophic injury cases, including brain and spinal injuries and severe orthopaedic claims. ‘Tenacious, brave and bright lawyerDaniel Herman leads the team, which includes ‘gritty fighterBen Townsend.

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