Bill Braithwaite QC, Leading Brain Injury Compensation Lawyer – www.braininjuryqc.com
As a QC, I have represented clients (all with serious, catastrophic injuries) for Tim Ryan and Romilly Houghton for nearly 10 years, and for Gary Colvin for nearly five years. During that time, I have found them all to be easy to access and approachable, and their professional expertise is excellent. Their focus is on their clients, and I have always felt that they could be trusted to put the client’s interests first, and to pursue their claims professionally, empathetically, and dynamically. Between us, we have had many excellent results for clients, who have been delighted with the management of the claim. All those claims have involved catastrophic injuries, and each has presented different problems, all of which we have managed to overcome. For example, experts who cannot be relied on, insurance companies who do not co-operate, and clients with particularly difficult problems, such as gender identity or drug use.”
Grant Lazarus, Barrister – www.7hs.co.uk
It has been my pleasure to receive instructions from Irvings Law for over 30 years. Always for the Claimant, the cases have covered a huge spread: from simple tripping accidents causing a sprained ankle, through housing disrepair resulting from inattentive Landlords, Clinical Negligence, Surveyor’s Negligence, and Solicitor’s Negligence, to Road Traffic Accidents causing injuries that have ranged from a whiplash to catastrophic brain injury and everything in between. Many have been very straightforward. Some have been hugely complex. From my perspective, the feature that has marked out Irvings Law from other claimants’ firms is their emphasis upon the needs of the client. Each client is treated as an individual and responsibility for each case is usually kept with one person. In a very marked contrast to many other firms, clients are not delegated to unqualified ‘paralegals’, and almost all of the Irvings solicitors have been trained in-house. Court proceedings inevitably cause anxiety, and regular communication with the client is a key feature in allaying the uncertainties and worries that most clients will face. I have seen the testimonial that Bill Braithwaite, QC has made above. From the view of a humble ‘Junior’ Barrister, I entirely agree.
Rachel Trett, Case Manager, Adult Team Leader & BABICM Advanced Registered Practitioner – www.nableservices.co.uk
Having worked as a Case Manager for catastrophically injured clients represented by Irvings Law, I have always found their personal injury solicitors to be dedicated to their clients, aware of the importance of rehabilitation and professional throughout. In my experience, Irvings Law solicitors strive to ensure the best outcomes for their clients, guiding them through what is often a very challenging time with compassion and strong legal expertise.