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Injury lawyer details for Daniel Easton

Injury lawyer - Injury lawyer details for Daniel Easton

Tel: 020 7650 1226

deaston@leighday.co.uk

Asbestos related diseases
Environment / pollution
Fatal accident
Occupational disease/illness
Road accident
Spinal cord injury
Trip or slip

Injury lawyer - fellow
Occupational disease specialist lawyer Asbestos disease specialist lawyer

About Daniel Easton

I deal with complex personal injury claims, specialising in industrial disease / asbestos claims and catastrophic injuries.  I became a partner at Leigh Day in 2008 and am now joint head of Leigh Day's Asbestos and Mesothelioma team.

From the start of my career I knew I wanted to help personal injury victims.  When I joined Leigh Day in 2003 I developed specialisms in claims for industrial / asbestos disease and catastrophic injuries and I have been fortunate enough to work for many deserving clients over the years.

I am accredited as a Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and hold specialist accreditations as an Asbestos Disease and Occupational Disease Specialist. I regularly lecture at professional training courses for APIL and other organisations.  I am ranked as 'band 1' by the Chambers & Partners legal directory.

Asbestos and mesothelioma claims

I have acted for asbestos victims all over the world and gone to court many times to get the right result for my clients.  In 2008 I was elected Secretary of APIL's Occupational Health Special Interest Group and have since been elected as the Co-ordinator of the group. I advise on the Asbestos Sub-Committee of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Occupational Safety and Health and work with charities and support groups to further the interests of asbestos victims.

Some of my cases include:

  • Dr Kate Richmond [2020] - undisclosed sum for a 44 year old doctor with peritoneal mesothelioma exposed to asbestos as a trainee in the late 1990s / early 2000s
  • Terence Frith [2012] – almost £300,000 for a former miner with pneumoconiosis and COPD whose claim was deemed 9 years ‘out of time’
  • Graham Taylor [2009] - £400,000 damages for Australian asbestosis sufferer (one of the highest value reported asbestosis claims)
  • S v Circaprint Limited [2005] - highest (then) award for pain and suffering in a mesothelioma claim and established award for loss of a husband's affection.

Catastrophic injury claims

Daniel has developed a reputable practice acting for those suffering catastrophic life-changing injuries including spinal cord injury, amputation and fatal accidents.  Some of my  cases include:

  • Mr M – damages award of £2.5 million for 25 year old who was permanently confined to a wheelchair after being crushed under a JCB.
  • Securing more than £2 million for a man whose leg was amputated after he was run over by a lorry
  • Mr R – damages of £2.7 million plus annual ‘periodical’ payments for life for 23 year old who was rendered paraplegic at age 16 when knocked from his scooter.  

I have 2 young kids who I love spending time with but my main hobby is running and I have completed several marathons to raise funds for charities.  


APIL membership: Practitioner member  - What does this mean?

APIL accreditation: Fellow, Occupational disease specialist, Asbestos disease specialist

Other memberships: Spinal Injuries Association (SIA)

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Daniel Easton
LEIGH DAY
Priory House
25 St John's Lane
London
Greater London
EC1M 4LB
Tel: 020 7650 1226
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