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Neil Holland

Director

Telephone: 01482 316742

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Neil specialises in obtaining high value awards of damages for seriously injured people as a result of personal injury or clinical negligence. The majority of Neil’s cases are administered through the High Court in the Royal Courts of Justice in London. A list of notable settlements is below. Neil also specialises in providing post settlement services by assisting the family in managing the award as either a professional trustee or deputy.

As a result of acting for seriously injured people for 20 years and gaining a broad experience of their needs, Neil also assists clients with the variety of legal and practical needs which arise in the aftermath of a serious injury. He regularly helps families with appropriate capacity, insurance, employment, debt and benefits advice. This has led to Neil and the division enjoying the strong ‘trusted adviser’ relationship with many families and local organisations that the firm signposts clients to.

He has developed close relationships with a number of local and regional law firms, which he keeps in contact with regularly. Neil and the firm receive work from these firms and these relationships allow the firm to refer clients who need legal advice outside our area of expertise to the most appropriate advisers.

Qualifications

  • LLB
  • LLM postgraduate thesis, professional negligence

Memberships

  • The Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel
  • Headway
  • UKABIF

Areas of interest

Neil has also developed close relationships with a number of medical professionals in the field of brain and spinal injury which he speaks to regularly and volunteers assistance to in order that they can assist with their patients practical needs. This trusted network helps Neil and the firm refer clients to the most appropriate consultants and therapists to improve support and recovery following injury. As a reflection of time given volunteering, Neil was invited to be a ‘Friend of the Disabilities Trust’ in recognition of work done with the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust.

Work cases

  • £6,200.000 for a girl with cerebral palsy
  • £4,500.000 for a girl with a brain injury following a delayed diagnosis of meningitis
  • £1,200.000 for a girl with a spinal cord injury and subsequent amputation
  • £870,000 for a lady with drug induced ototoxicity
  • £425,000 for a man suffering a brain injury following a delayed diagnosis of subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • £250,000 for a lady who suffered brain damage following a failure to treat hyponatremia
  • £150,000 for a man who sustained nerve damage following a failure to diagnose a tumour
  • £110,000 for the widow of a man who died following a failure to detect a heart condition

Neil and the firm continue to act for many of the above named clients as either a Court appointed trustee or deputy.

Having now known Neil Holland and the team at Stamp Jackson & Procter LLP for over 12 years, we would thoroughly recommend their services to any one who is in a similar position and needs legal help and advice to care for a relative who has suffered from a life changing delayed diagnosis.

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