Before joining Thompsons' national personal injury team, Gary represented injured trade union members for more than 25 years, bringing a wealth of experience to Thompsons. He deals with cases for those who have suffered life-changing injuries through various accidents, including road traffic collisions, injuries at work and public liability cases.

Gary typically deals with complex cases, including those who have suffered serious and multiple fractures, amputations and peripheral nerve injuries which have impacted their employment and home life.

Having represented trade union members for his entire career, working at Thompsons enables Gary to continue representing working people who have suffered life-changing injuries through no fault of their own.

Outside of work, Gary enjoys playing golf and is an avid West Ham supporter.

Gary's case experience

  • Secured £400,000 for a carer who slipped on a mat, suffering a fracture dislocation of the right ankle requiring multiple surgeries, an external fixator and a stick for support when walking. Her condition is permanent. 
  • Recovered £200,000 for a 66-year-old man injured at work when a wrench broke mid-task, causing him to fall backwards and suffer a serious shoulder and elbow injury requiring a lengthy period of rehabilitation. 
  • Secured £196,000 for a 53-year-old man who was injured during a road traffic collision while in transit, on blue lights, and attending to a critical patient while working as a paramedic. The collision caused the ambulance to overturn, resulting in multiple injuries and a diagnosis of PTSD.