Personal Injury Solicitors, John McDonnell and Gerry O’Brien from Waldrons Solicitors, have retained their rankings in Chambers and Partners 2022. Chambers and Partners is a legal directory which ranks lawyers across the world, and is based on detailed research and client feedback.
This year, our team profile is: ‘Strong Birmingham boutique with significant experience in workplace accident and employers’ liability claims. Also acts on complex claims arising from RTAs. Significant track record in serious brain and orthopaedic injury cases, as well as psychiatric injury matters. Active on institutional representations, acting for clients such as the Police Federation.’
Gerry’s feedback is: ‘Gerry O’Brien’s caseload spans RTAs, employer liability claims and Police Federation cases. He is experienced in chronic pain claims, and in orthopaedic and psychiatric injury matters. “He is just fantastic.”’
John’s feedback is: ‘John McDonnell is well versed in catastrophic injury cases, often involving orthopaedic and brain injuries. His work portfolio encompasses RTAs, workplace incidents and falls. He is also experienced in psychiatric damage claims. “John McDonnell has a natural ability to get the client on side from the get-go. He is brilliant.”’
Joseph Norton, Associate Director and Head of the Compensation Department at Waldrons, said: ‘This is an excellent achievement, and testament to the complex cases they handle, the brilliant results they achieve and the excellent service provided to their clients.’
John Roberts, Managing Director at Waldrons, said: ‘I am very pleased that John and Gerry have been recognised by Chambers as being experts in Personal Injury law. They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the firm, helping people achieve justice and recover compensation for their injuries. Well done to both John and Gerry.’
Waldrons’ Personal Injury Team is based in our Brierley Hill offices, but helps clients nationwide bring claims for compensation. If you’d like to know more, please click here to get in touch.