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Stewarts Law LLP
9 BOND COURT
LEEDS
LS1 2JZ
England

Work Department

Clinical Negligence

Position

Partner responsible for the Clinical Negligence department in the Leeds office.

Frank has achieved some of the department’s highest damages settlements. Frank specialises in claims relating to spinal cord injury and brain injury.

Frank’s experience includes:

  • Advising a young woman who was catastrophically injured by the negligent handing of an unstable neck injury after a minor fall
  • Advising a brain injured man after the failure of a GP to refer him urgently to hospital with a serious orbital (eye) infection

Career

Frank graduated in Law at Sheffield University and qualified as a solicitor 1993. He joined Stewarts as a partner in September 2006.

Memberships

  • AvMA (Action against Medical Accidents) Panel Solicitor
  • Law Society Clinical negligence accreditation scheme

Education

Parrs Wood High School, Manchester; University of Sheffield (1987 LLB 2(1)); Manchester Polytechnic (1991 Law Society Finals).

Leisure

Mountain walking, cooking, music, circuit training, running.

Lawyer Rankings

Yorkshire and the Humber > Insurance > Clinical negligence and personal injury: claimant

(Leading individuals: Clinical Negligence)

Frank PinchStewarts Law LLP

Stewarts Law LLP is ‘without doubt a market leader for serious injury litigation in Yorkshire.’ Jointly led by Frank Pinch and Daniel Herman, it maintains a strong reputation for its work in the catastrophic injury and clinical negligence spaces. The group is regularly instructed on complex life-changing issues including spinal cord and brain injuries as well as amputations, severe orthopaedic and neurological injuries. It has experience litigating cases both in England and overseas and stands out for its ‘Rolls Royce service’ and ‘exceptional client care’. The team has an impressive pool of senior associates, including the ‘outstanding’ Gabrielle Ross, Anna Higham, and former nurse Amy Fielding. Ben Townsend and Warren Maxwell are also recommended; the former has experience in equestrian cases.