The Legal 500 recognises Barr Ellison as a Tier 1 personal injury law firm for Claimants in their most recent rankings. Barr Ellison has ‘a professional and very friendly team‘ and ‘its willingness to build relationships with service providers to enhance the process for clients makes it stand out‘.
One barrister describes it as ‘an excellent boutique firm that does an incredible job for its catastrophically injured clients‘. Another says, ‘I rate it as one of the very best PI firms in East Anglia doing high-value work‘.
The firm’s well-established catastrophic injury practice, which has an office at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, successfully pursued a £3m claim arising from a road accident in which liability was disputed. It also acted in a £7m claim for a child who suffered a diffuse axonal injury at the age of six.
Leading light Emma Truin, who leads the practice and has ‘a lot of experience in the field and is known for her excellent negotiation skills‘, and the ‘outstanding, invaluable‘ Daryl Robinson are known for ‘respect, cooperation and quick responses; both are friendly and have a collaborative approach‘.
Robinson is ‘a shrewd, hardworking and tactically astute operator, whose abilities are well recognised by clients and opponents; he will fight tooth and nail for his clients‘. Robinson and managing partner Robert Curry each have more than 25 years’ experience in personal injury law. Associate Mark Copley joined the team from Slater and Gordon and is described as ‘a rising star at the firm, who does a very good job on high-value claims‘.
Unlike ‘volume’ claims companies, Barr Ellison provides a highly personal service to ensure that the needs of our clients are met. The practice is focused around serious head, spinal and catastrophic injuries.
Visit our dedicated Catastrophic Personal Injury pages for more information or call us on 01223 417200 and ask for a member of the team.