0161 238 4373
Accidents at work
Back or spinal injuries
Head or brain injuries
Road traffic accidents
Train, ship and plane injury
About Quentin Underhill
Quentin is a Partner and Head of Serious and Catastrophic Injury at Birchall Blackburn Law. He has over 25 years' experience in the Legal Profession, representing both Claimants and Defendants. With this experience, Quentin uses his skills to ensure the best possible outcomes for his clients.
His experience acting for Defendants means he has extensive knowledge of the methods and strategies that are employed by Defendants, which can be of real benefit to his clients, and he fights tirelessly to ensure that their claim is successful and they gain the access to justice that they deserve.
Quentin has extensive knowledge and experience in many areas of personal injury and specialises in serious life changing injuries. He has a wealth of experience in brain and spinal injuries, chronic pain as well as psychological injuries and illnesses. He also has considerable experience in dealing with fatal injury compensation claims and strives to support families and loved ones through such a difficult time. He has attended many Coroner's inquests and represented clients throughout this process. He has extensive experience acting in clinical negligence cases.
Quentin works tirelessly for clients and their families, helping with their immediate and ongoing needs. He believes in early intervention in order that a bespoke rehabilitation package can be put in place quickly to help his clients access early treatment and support to enable a better quality of recovery.
If you would like to speak to Quentin about an injury claim in confidence, call Birchall Blackburn Law on 0161 2384373.
What does this mean?
Headway - The brain injury association, Spinal Injuries Association (SIA)
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BIRCHALL BLACKBURN LAW
20 Kennedy Street
Tel: 0161 238 4373