Senior Partner, Bott + Co
David is the senior partner at Bott + Co Solicitors Limited, a The Lawyer UK 200 practice. Bott + Co was established in 2001 and is a limited company Alternative Business Structure. It is a consume law firm that aims to provide an excellent service to its clients via investment in technology, training and a commitment to customer service.
“At Bott + Co the customer experience is at the core of what we do. We aim to understand their specific issues to get the best settlement, in the quickest time, through the use of great IT and personable lawyers. This is why we continue to have a 4.7/5 customer satisfaction rating on Feefo.”
David trained at a general high street practice in Stockport. After qualifying, he worked as a commercial litigator at Keoghs in Bolton (a defendant insurer practice). He is well versed in dealing with the most demanding of clients, often in both complex and challenging situations, having represented individuals from a range of backgrounds for several years.
Passionate about the rights of claimants David regularly lectures on business management, the changes in law and the protocols, personal injury law and flight delay law.
As an Everton football club fan and a committed cyclist who likes the big hills, he is used to observing and taking part in suffering.
He regularly speaks at conferences and has appeared on BBC1 (The One Show, Watchdog, Rip-Off Britain, North West Tonight), Radio 4 (Moneybox), Radio 5 and local radio stations.
- Personal injury
- Flight delay
- Cyclist claims
- Employers’ liability
- Road traffic accidents
Professional memberships and affiliations
Having been extensively involved in the MOJ streamline process, David sits on the “Portal Co” and “MedCo” boards, as the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) representative.
April 2006 – 2019, executive committee of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
April 2011 – April 2012: APIL president
2006, he was elected to the executive committee of the legal management section of the Law Society and sat on the committee until 2012. During that time he served as vice chairman for two years.