About Simon Ellis
Simon Ellis is a Partner with Hugh James and has been with the firm since 1998.
Throughout this time Simon has advised client suffering with a wide range of industrial disease, including chest and asbestos related illnesses such as mesothelioma and lung cancer. He also represents clients suffering with vibration white finger, industrial deafness, dermatitis, Carpel Tunnel Syndrome and osteoarthritis caused through working conditions. He regularly contributes articles for the press relating to industrial disease issues and has given interviews on radio and television about the dangers still associated with asbestos exposure in the present day.
Simon is presently working in behalf of current and former military personnel suffering with various injuries and illnesses relating their service, including noise induced hearing loss. He regularly advises clients who have been unable to get legal help elsewhere.
Due to his experience and reputation Simon is often asked to consider more unusual types of industrial disease. He has been at the forefront of seeking justice for clients suffering with less common illnesses, caused through the work they carried out. Simon acts for clients living abroad as well as those in the UK.
Simon has obtained the Apil Senior Litigator accreditation. He is also an author and contributor to LexisNexis.