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I work in the serious injury team specialising in supporting clients who have suffered injuries of maximum severity as a result of negligence.
My clients are children and adults who have suffered severe injury including spinal cord injuries, severe head injuries and serious orthopaedic injuries. I also represent the families of individuals who have died.
I work on many multi-million pound claims, and have particular expertise in personal injury, catastrophic injuries, severe burns and orthopaedic injury claims. I also have expertise in fatal accident claims including coroners’ inquests.
I have extensive experience in representing clients in high value and complex cases and have specialist experience in cases where accidents have occurred at sea meaning there are complex jurisdictional issues.
I regularly represent clients at court hearings myself. I have also developed relationships with leading barristers whom I can call on when needed.
I work closely with the partners of the firm, in particular senior partner, Damian Horan.
Thank you for the expeditious way in which my case was handled – Everything went perfect.
"Thank you for the expeditious way in which my case was handled – Everything went perfect." Independent third party
"Dear Mr Glasper, thank you for dealing with my injury case, and with a quick result. I can thoroughly recommend your firm. Thanks once again." Independent third party
"First Class Service." Independent third party
"I would like to say how grateful I am to Mr Glasper for his most caring manner. Thank you so much." Independent third party
"I’m really impressed. He has a very good, organised mind." Independent third party
"James is personable, smart and efficient." Independent third party
"Mr James Glasper explained procedures with patience and made it easy for me to understand how the case was progressing. Many thanks to him." Independent third party
"Thank you James. I have appreciated your kind consideration and helpfulness." Independent third party
Matthew Claxson | 14.11.2019