Survivor of the Westminster Bridge terrorist attack, Keith Chapman, tells his story
Hospital worker, Keith Chapman, was walking across Westminster Bridge when terrorist, Khalid Masood, drove his car into the crowd, murdering six people. Watch his story and how Slater and Gordon helped.
10 September 2021
On 22 March 2017, Keith was on his way home from where he worked at St Thomas' hospital. He was crossing Westminster Bridge on his way to the tube station when he heard a noise which sounded like hard plastic being broken which made him turn around,
When Keith turned around, terrorist, Khalid Masood, was heading towards Keith and Keith didn't have time to get out of the way and was hit.
Keith suffered significant injuries to his left leg but fortunately, the surgeons at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital managed to save it. He also suffered a broken left arm, a split vertebra in his back, and lacerations.
When recovering, Keith found a newspaper cutting that said Slater and Gordon were representing someone who was also injured in the terrorist attack on Westminster Bridge so he made the call.
Slater and Gordon not only represented Keith in his case, but ensured he got a counsellor and a physiotherapist to maximise his chance of recovery.