Graham Dickinson > DWF > London, England > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

I founded the London office of DWF in 2008 and was Executive Partner until 2014. I am the Master of the Worshipful Company of Insurers, the first solicitor to be elected. I head the large loss insurance team in London.




I have lead some of the largest liability and quantum cases in the UK insurance market and am categorised as one of the country’s leading insurance practitioners in the independent directories. I have built and grown 3 major insurance liability law firms and teams.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Insurance > Personal injury: defendant

(Leading individuals)

Graham DickinsonDWF

The ‘first class‘ offering at DWFhas the depth of experience that makes it one of the leading firms in this competitive market‘. The department is well placed to handle complex cross-border litigation and defend claims arising out of motor, employers’, public and products liability. The ‘talented‘ team comprises specialised practitioners with ‘extensive knowledge in their respective fields‘. Steven King heads up the London catastrophic injury and large loss group, focusing particularly on brain injuries, tetraplegia, paraplegia and amputations; other key contacts for maximum severity cases include Rhys Sanchez and Graham Dickinson. Claire Bowler and Sara-Jane Eaton oversee the international claims department, which is noted for its ‘unparalleled language skills and understanding of the EU insurer market‘. John Lezemore and Daniel Jordan take the lead on chronic pain and subtle brain injury work, respectively. Mark Whittaker heads a practice that handles a wide range of contentious cases for county councils and London boroughs.