Dino Skinner > Healys > Brighton, England > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Personal Injury


Managing Partner and Head of the Personal Injury Department.


Through building personal relationships with his clients, Dino offers professional support and guidance in order to secure compensation, which helps to improve quality of life post accident. His tenacity has secured compensation in some very difficult cases, earning him a strong reputation within his field.

Dino’s motivation to help those who have suffered life-changing and traumatic injuries has been the driving force behind the strong development of the Personal Injury side of the business. His work has also secured him several awards for severe injury cases.

Based in the Brighton office, where he is heavily connected to the arts and cultural development of the city, Dino manages responsibilities for both the Brighton and London offices, overseeing and implementing the firm’s strategy across the board.

Dino is a trained mediator and was awarded CEDR Accreditation in 2005. In his spare time, he works closely with ZAP Art and is a trustee of House, providing legal advice and personal guidance to create cultural innovation within the community.




Law Society of England and Wales
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
CEDR Accredited Mediator

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Insurance > Personal injury and clinical negligence: claimant

At Healys, the partners collectively have more than 50 years of experience handling medical negligence and personal injury claims. Managing partner Dino Skinner, who is a personal injury specialist, has particular expertise in fatal accident claims (including related inquest hearings), and claims involving injuries to cyclists, as well as amputation and spinal injury cases. Trevor Henley, who is the head of insurance litigation, generates a strong flow of work from large insurance companies. Jonathan Austen-Jones is a noted expert in medical negligence cases, with a workload spanning claims over misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis, inappropriate treatments, lack of informed consent, oncology and infant deaths.