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Barr Ellison LLP

39 PARKSIDE, CAMBRIDGE, CB1 1PN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01223 417200
Fax:
Fax 01223 417201
DX:
5806 CAMBRIDGE
Email:
Web:
www.barrellison.co.uk
Cambridge CB1, Cambridge CB2

East Anglia: Insurance

Personal injury: claimant
Personal injury: claimant - ranked: tier 1

Barr Ellison LLP

The 'friendly and knowledgeable' practice at Barr Ellison LLP provides the full range of services to clients and their families including Court of Protection, personal injury trusts, wills, family and property law advice. The firm has a dedicated office within Addenbrooke’s Hospital and is highly regarded for multiple catastrophic brain injury, spinal injury, psychological injury and amputation cases. As well as achieving high-value settlements, the practice frequently obtains significant interim payments under the Rehab and Serious Injury Codes to secure specially adapted accommodation for their clients. Head of personal injury Emma Truin and associates Daryl Robinson (who is 'friendly, forthright and honest') and Mark Copley are highly recommended.

Practice head(s):Emma Truin

Other key lawyers:Daryl Robinson; Mark Copley

Testimonials

"Friendly, knowledgeable and available for questions."

"Good team working - the team members respect each others views and work hard for their clients."

"The individuals I work with stand out as they are well aware of the importance of early rehabilitation and strive hard to get that in place for their clients."

"This is an excellent outfit that specialises in high-value personal injury claims. They have a very personal touch and are widely respected in the East Anglian region. I think client care makes this firm unique."

"Without exception, clients feel supported and engaged in the process. I would say they are the best personal injury firm in East Anglia for catastrophic injury cases."

"Daryl Robinson is hugely experienced and very well respected. He puts everything into his cases and has an enormous wealth of knowledge to call upon. Clients love him."

"Emma Truin is very capable. She is well known for her catastrophic injury work and has shown herself to be very adept at leading the personal injury team."

"Mark Copley is an excellent solicitor who really knows his stuff."

"Barr Ellison offers a strong and trusted boutique service for clients who admire and trust them."

"Daryl Robinson has no obvious weaknesses. He is methodical, organised and always goes the extra mile for his clients."

"Daryl Robinson is sympathetic and empathetic. The families of the injured know that in Daryl they have the complete litigator who is prepared to fight their corner robustly."

"This is a small, experienced niche practice in Cambridge that provides a client-centred service. They have a a depth of expertise amongst the team and deal confidently with some of the trickiest cases."

"Emma Truin is one of the most approachable and empathetic of PI lawyers and is trusted by her clients and by those who are instructed by her. However, she is also tenacious in getting the best outcomes for her clients. She is now an impressive advocate for her clients."

"A friendly team and approachable. Professional and supportive of the client and case managers. They do go the extra mile if the clients have a problem."

"Emma Truin is extremely friendly and stays in touch with clients and all concerned. She visits at home and offers help to the team wherever possible. Daryl Robinson is also helpful and informs the clients of the expectations within the case."

Leading individuals

Emma Truin - Barr Ellison LLP

Rising stars

Daryl Robinson - Barr Ellison LLP

Mark Copley - Barr Ellison LLP

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