Mark Gibson > Digby Brown LLP > Glasgow, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Digby Brown LLP
2 WEST REGENT STREET
GLASGOW
G2 1RW
Scotland

Work Department

Network department.

Position

Mark joined Digby Brown in 2003 having previously studied at Glasgow University and the University of Granada, and worked for law firms in Australia and Hong Kong. Mark is a partner within the network department, based in the Glasgow office, specialising in workplace, road traffic, product liability and general personal injury litigation. Mark has a particular interest and specialism in product liability and medical product claims and is head of Digby Brown’s product liability team. Mark is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in personal injury law and accredited as a senior litigator by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).

Career

Trained Digby Brown 2003; qualified 2005; Digby Brown, Glasgow 2003 to-date, partner 2012.

Memberships

Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

Education

St Andrew’s Academy, Saltcoats; University of Glasgow and University of Granada.

Leisure

Rugby, golf and football.

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Insurance > Personal injury: pursuer

(Leading individuals)

Mark GibsonDigby Brown LLP

Divided into seven specialist departments, Digby Brown LLP fields personal injury experts in a wide range of areas. The overall network is fronted by Gordon Dalyell, who possesses an enviable track record in claims related to accidents at work, road traffic accidents and fatal claims, as well miscarriages of justice. Serious injury unit lead Chris Stewart specialises in catastrophic injury claims, ranging from brain to spinal injuries; industrial disease head Fraser Simpson principally oversees occupational and asbestos disease claims; foreign and travel specialist Mark Gibson focuses on personal injury litigation containing foreign elements, namely where Scottish residents are injured overseas; and Kim Leslie, who steers the abuse group, regularly acts for victims in high-profile historic abuse claims.