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Stewarts Law LLP

5 NEW STREET SQUARE, LONDON, EC4A 3BF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7822 8000
Fax:
Fax 020 7822 8037
Email:
Web:
www.stewartslaw.com
Leeds, London

David Healy

Tel:
Work +44 (0)20 7822 8164
Email:
Stewarts Law LLP

Work Department

Personal Injury

Position

Partner

EXPERTISE:

David has acted in a broad range of cases and has particular experience in military claims, claims involving victims of road traffic accidents and accident at work claims. David has developed a niche area acting for those injured by animals, in particular by horses. David has significant expertise with serious burns injuries, limb amputations, spinal cord and brain injuries.

 

Career

David obtained a degree in Physics with Medical Physics from Exeter University. He completed the Diploma in Law and the LPC at Nottingham University. David worked for Pye-Smiths, Solicitors in Salisbury and was head of Personal Injury at Trethowans. Prior to joining Stewarts, David was head of BL Claims, the injury department at Blake Morgan.

Member

  • David was a Law Society Personal Injury Panel for over 10 years.
  • From 2003, he has been a litigator then a senior litigator with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
  • He has been listed as an approved solicitor with both the Spinal Injuries Association and Headway charities for over 10 years.
  • David acted as Chairman for Headway for six years.


London: Insurance

Personal injury: claimant

Within: Personal injury: claimant

Stewarts Law LLP is a 'first choice' and 'the premier claimant firm in the field', according to clients. It assists individuals who have sustained serious, life-changing injuries, including brain and spinal injuries and amputations. Changes in the team include the arrival of 'first-class litigator' David Healy from BL Claims Solicitors and the promotion of the 'absolutely superb' Peregrine Redgrave to partner in May 2017. Paul Paxton, the 'technically first-class' head of the personal injury team, is 'the leading claimant lawyer in the country'. Other key figures are the 'great all-round' Clare Salmon, who has 'extensive experience of both difficult liability claims and high-value quantum'; the 'exceptionally good and collaborative' Charles Edwards; and the 'able and dedicated' Stephanie Clarke. Julian Chamberlayne heads the international injury department, acting for UK nationals who are injured abroad and for foreign nationals injured in the UK.

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