Neil is a specialist clinical negligence solicitor with a strong understanding of this area of law having previously been a registered nurse. Neil is motivated by doing the very best for his clients, who have frequently been so badly let down by the medical professionals they trusted. Every case is important to him and he is skilled at championing his client’s needs and advising them plainly in relation to this complex and difficult to understand area of law. For him, it’s all about achieving the best result for the client and trying to quickly restore some normality to their lives through the damages he recovers for them.
Neil qualified as a solicitor in 2009, having previously completed a genetics degree and practising as a registered nurse for many years, before deciding to pursue a legal career.
Since qualifying, Neil has worked for several well-respected firms in the North West, dealing with clinical negligence claims. He is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), having previously achieved litigator status.
Neil has considerable experience of dealing with a wide range of clinical negligence claims, including claims against GP’s; pregnancy and childbirth claims; gynaecological claims; medical misdiagnosis claims, including delayed cancer diagnosis claims; ophthalmic claims; mis-prescribing / mis-dispensing claims, and dental negligence claims to name a few. He is used to dealing with high-value claims, most notably involving brain injury and birth injury.
Neil prides himself on doing the very best for his clients, whose causes he champions to secure the best damages settlement possible. Neil joined Bond Turner at the beginning of 2018 and is currently team leader of the clinical Negligence department.
In His Spare Time
Neil enjoys painting – mainly abstract and contemporary works on boxed canvas. He has previously been exhibited online and has sold many artworks. He also has a passion for travel, being fascinated by exotic/ancient cultures. Past destinations have included Mexico, Cairo and Luxor in Egypt, Rome, Istanbul, Malaysia, Borneo, and Singapore.