Graeme Edward > Ledingham Chalmers LLP > Aberdeen, Scotland > Lawyer Profile
Ledingham Chalmers LLP Offices
52-54 ROSE STREET
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Solicitor-advocate with extended rights of audience to appear in the Court of Session and the Supreme Court. Accredited by The Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in personal injury law and specialises in defending personal injury claims in both the Court of Session and in Sheriff Courts throughout Scotland. Advises some of the UK’s largest general insurers as well as local authorities, public sector bodies, loss adjusters and other insurance intermediaries. Main areas of expertise are employer’s liability, public liability, industrial disease, professional negligence and motor claims. Also experienced in health and safety law providing advice to clients on health and safety issues and representing companies and public bodies following criminal prosecution under health and safety legislation and at fatal accident inquiries.
Trained James & George Collie; qualified 1997; solicitor in litigation department undertaking a wide range of general litigation 1997-98; litigation assistant Bishop & Robertson Chalmers, Glasgow 1998-99; senior assistant Morison Bishop, Glasgow 1999-2002; associate Bishops, Glasgow 2005; partner Ledingham Chalmers, Aberdeen 2005; head of litigation division (which covers three offices: Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness) 2006 to date; qualified as a solicitor-advocate 2007.
Law Society of Scotland; Forum of Insurance Lawyers; Health & Safety Lawyers’ Association; Aberdeen Bar Association; Society of Solicitor-Advocates.
Robert Gordon’s College, Aberdeen; Strathclyde University (1991 BA Hons; 1994 LLB; 1995 Dip LP).
Tennis, golf, skiing.
Ledingham Chalmers LLP offers clients ‘a fantastic, knowledgeable, hardworking team dedicated to delivering excellence’, and has expertise dotted across fraudulent claims, catastrophic injuries and claims against local authorities. John Chalmers in Edinburgh, accredited specialist Graeme Edward in Aberdeen and Victoria Leslie in Inverness jointly manage the group. Sarah Morris has a specialism in dealing with stress-related issues at work.