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Injury lawyer details for Andrew Buckham

Injury lawyer - Injury lawyer details for Andrew Buckham

Tel: 0238 098 6555

andrew.buckham@irwinmitchell.com

Accidents at work
Armed forces
Back or spinal injuries
Fatal accidents
Head or brain injuries
Road traffic accidents

Injury lawyer - senior litigator

About Andrew Buckham

I work in Irwin Mitchell's specialist Armed Forces Claims team. We help injured Service personnel and their families on a variety of issues. This includes assisting severely injured service personnel with compensation claims (On and Off Duty accidents and AFCS claims), Service Inquiries and Coroners Inquests.

I have represented a number of soldiers with brain and spinal injuries, including Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson. I supported Ben and his family in their fight for fairer compensation for injured soldiers.

I was also part of the legal team that represented all 14 families from the Nimrod accident at the Coroner's Court Inquest.

I served in the Army for seven years before I joined Irwin Mitchell's Armed Forces team. I believe that my previous military experience gives me a unique understanding and insight into the military community and ethos. I also have a genuine passion and belief that injured service personnel deserve the very best medical care and rehabilitation, as well as receiving support and compensation that reflects the sacrifice made by our Armed Forces.


APIL membership: Practitioner member  - What does this mean?

APIL accreditation: Senior Litigator

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IRWIN MITCHELL LLP
Brunel House
21 Brunswick Place
Southampton
Hampshire
SO15 2AQ
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