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Andrew Taylor

Associate Solicitor

Andrew is an Associate Solicitor at CFG Law with 20 years’ experience in personal injury and serious and catastrophic injury claims.

Andrew understands that the legal process is not just about the financial award but all the support outside of the process that can be provided to clients in such challenging and difficult circurmstances.

Andrew has helped people after life changing injuries including those who have suffered brain and spinal cord injuries, amputations and serious orthopaedic injuries to achieve their best outcome and lead a fulfilled life. He appreciates the importance of being part of a team to help clients and their families rebuild their lives.

Andrew is known from his understanding, calm and professional manner, making clients feel at ease and allowing him to build strong relationships with them and their families.

Andrew Taylor

Contact Andrew

Email Andrew

Andrew.Taylor@cfglaw.co.uk

Professional Experience:

Career history

Career history

  • 2018 – 2019 Senior Associate and Head of the Military Team, Slater & Gordon Lawyers
  • 2014 – 2018 Associate Solicitor, Slater & Gordon Lawyers
  • 2009 – 2015 Associate Solicitor, Fentons Solicitors LLP
  • 2001 – 2009 Solicitor, Fentons Solicitors LLP
  • 1999 – 2001 Trainee Solicitor, Fentons Solicitors LLP

Cases worked

  • Involved in and responsible for cases worth in excess of £1m.
  • High value RTA, employers liability, occupiers and public liability claims.
  • High value claims against the Ministry of Defence for serving and former members of the Armed Forces.

Areas of expertise and memberships:

Professional interest and area(s) of expertise

  • Amputations, spinal cord, brain and serious orthopaedic injuries.
  • Claims against the Ministry of Defence.

Professional reputation

  • Legal 500 2018/19 Recommended Lawyer – “always exercises great judgement.”

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