With over 35 years legal experience, David is predominantly an industrial disease lawyer, and has recently become Unit Manager. He oversees the Multi-Track accident team and disease unit, for the South West and Wales.

David aims to run the unit proficiently, and guides the unit to work hard for its clients, ensuring cases are ran successfully.

David is also responsible in running a case load of industrial disease claims, where clients have go onto to develop conditions due to exposure at work. These conditions include Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome, noise induced hearing loss and dermatitis.

David shares the firm ethos, in that they aim to provide advice to individuals, those who are not able to achieve justice on their own.

David's case experience

David has represented a number of clients throughout the years, including employees of two board building companies. He also joined with other solicitors in litigation against British Steel, where 60 employees went on to develop Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome as a result of their work. The claim made it to the Court of Appeal.

David has also written articles on safety issuing affecting employees:

https://employernews.co.uk/hr/injury-at-work-lawyer-asks-how-safe-are-propane-forklift-trucks