According to the Legal 500, the ‘friendly and knowledgeable’ practice at Barr Ellison LLP provides the full range of services to clients and their families including Court of Protection, personal injury trusts, wills, family and property law advice. The firm has a dedicated office within Addenbrooke’s Hospital and is highly regarded for multiple catastrophic brain injury, spinal injury, psychological injury and amputation cases.
As well as achieving high-value settlements, the practice frequently obtains significant interim payments under the Rehab and Serious Injury Codes to secure specially adapted accommodation for their clients. Head of personal injury Emma Truin and associates Daryl Robinson (who is ‘friendly, forthright and honest’) and Mark Copley are highly recommended.
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‘.
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 Personal Injury pages for more information or call us on 01223 417200 and ask for a member of the team.
'This is a bespoke personal injury team that is extremely skilled'. It has a dedicated office within Addenbrooke’s Hospital for contact with clients and their families, as well as its main office in Cambridge.Legal 500 (2021)
"This is an excellent outfit that specialises in high-value personal injury claims. They have a very personal touch and are widely respected in the East Anglian region. I think client care makes this firm unique."Legal 500 (2020)
The Legal 500 recognises Barr Ellison as a Tier 1 personal injury law firm in their most recent rankings. Barr Ellison has as 'a professional and very friendly team‘ and 'its willingness to build relationships [...]
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