Andrew Owen > Slater and Gordon > Cardiff, Wales > Lawyer Profile
Slater and Gordon Offices
HAYWOOD HOUSE NORTH
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Andrew is a Principal Lawyer at Slater and Gordon’s office in Cardiff and has more than 28 years’ post qualification experience dealing with all aspects of personal injury work including industrial disease claims.
Andrew joined Leo Abse and Cohen in 1997 and is now a Principal Lawyer at Slater and Gordon.
‘Very knowledgeable and well practised in the industry’, Slater and Gordon has a strong grounding in handling personal injury and clinical negligence matters and is ‘unafraid to litigate difficult cases to trial’. A ‘first-class lawyer in every respect’, Yvonne Agnew spearheads the firm’s clinical negligence offering which has wide-ranging expertise in handling cases, including those of the utmost severity. The team is also able to undertake cases for those lacking the financial means, by virtue of its Legal Aid franchise; in addition it is also able to assist those lacking the mental capacity through the provision of its in-house Court of Protection service. Able to draw from a ‘large knowledge base of specialist clinical negligence matters’, Julia Reynolds manages the catastrophic injury team and has particular expertise representing clients in obstetric cases and those involving paediatric brain damage. Lorraine O’Brien is ‘very pleasant to work with and experienced in handling difficult cases’, including on behalf of the firm’s large roster of union clients. At an associate level, Lara Bennett is ‘well-suited to handling high-value cases’, including birth injury claims, fatal accident issues and amputation claims, and the ‘hardworking and caring’ Kelly LLoyd Davies is ‘forthright and dedicated‘. On the personal injury front, Andrew Owen heads up the serious injury team, which regularly handles brain and spinal injury cases and is also well-regarded for handling claims brought under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. The office is also well-versed in handling occupational disease matters, including as it relates to industrial disease, an area that John Browne is particularly accomplished. Nicholas Collins is also recommended.