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Digby Brown LLP

CAUSEWAYSIDE HOUSE, 160 CAUSEWAYSIDE, EDINBURGH, EH9 1PR, SCOTLAND
Tel:
Work 0333 200 5925
Fax:
Fax 0870 608 5232
DX:
ED182 Edinburgh
Email:
Web:
www.digbybrown.co.uk

Gordon Dalyell

Tel:
Work 0131 319 8119
Email:
Digby Brown LLP

Work Department

Head of network department.

Position

Gordon joined Digby Brown in 1998, and heads up the network department. He has wide experience in dealing with many areas of personal injury, including accidents at work, road traffic accidents, fatal claims and public liability claims, as well as claims for miscarriages of justice. Gordon qualified as a solicitor-advocate in 2003. He has been accredited as a specialist in personal injury law by the Law Society of Scotland. He is a senior litigator member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and was elected as the executive committee member for Scotland in 2010.

Career

Trained Gillam Mackie; qualified 1990; partner Digby Brown 1998.

Member

Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) – senior litigator and elected Executive Member for Scotland in 2010; accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in personal injury.

Education

Edinburgh University (LLB (Hons) DipLP).


Scotland: Insurance

Personal injury: pursuer

Within: Personal injury: pursuer

Digby Brown LLP has an impressive share of personal injury claimant work in Scotland, fielding a large team across offices in seven different regions of Scotland. The practice, which is led by Gordon Dalyell, is particularly well-known for its work on claims relating to road traffic accidents, mesothelioma and aviation disasters such as the Clutha Helicopter crash in which Mark Gibson achieved settlements for all of his clients. In 2018 the firm raised approximately 1,300 court actions, bolstered by Compensate, a new in-house funding package.

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