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Head or brain injuries
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Trips, slips and accidents in public places
About Hugh Potter
Specialism catastrophic brain and spinal cord personal injury including professional negligence cases. Acted for the Claimant in Wilkinson v Churchill referred by the Court of Appeal to the ECJ. Several multimillion pound settlements which include the case of Jackson involving PPO settlement at over £7 million and E, where damages of £16 million were recovered.
Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, Member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel and Secretary of Forum of Complex Injury Lawyers (FOCIS).
Qualified in 1988, becoming a Partner in Pannone & Partners in 1990. Formed Hugh Potter & Company on 1 May 1998 which became Potter Rees Serious Injury Solicitors in October 2004 and Potter Rees Dolan in April 2014. Managing Partner and Head of the Personal Injury Department. The firm has 19 fee-earners specialising in catastrophic injury cases and provides Deputyship and pro-bono welfare benefit advice for those with head and spinal cord injuries.
Active fundraiser for Headway and a keen cyclist.
What does this mean?
Headway - The brain injury association, Spinal Injuries Association (SIA), Law Society
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Type of injury
POTTER REES DOLAN
12 Commercial Street