Patrick Maguire Principal Litigation Executive, Serious Injury/Catastrophic Injury
Patrick is a principal litigation executive and leads a team of lawyers dealing with serious or fatal injury cases in our London office.
He has successfully concluded thousands of personal injury cases in his 17-years’ experience, including many catastrophic injury cases with settlement values of in excess of £1 million. He has dealt with cases arising from road traffic accidents, accidents at work and public and occupiers liability cases where claimants suffer serious orthopaedic, spinal or brain injuries.
Patrick is currently instructed by a number of victims and their families that were seriously or fatally injured in the recent terrorist attacks in London. He also regularly receives instructions from police officers and manages key relationships with a number of forces, including the Metropolitan Police.
He actively engages insurers on getting early access to rehabilitation and interim payments for his clients. In the event insurers do not assist, Patrick will, where appropriate, seek early redress through the Courts.
He has a keen interest in sports injury cases, particularly those arising from incidents on the football and rugby pitch. He actively engages insurers on getting early access to rehabilitation and interim payments following serious or life changing injury.
Patrick previously set up and was the Head of the London office of Silverbeck Rymer Solicitors (subsequently Slater Gordon Solutions) and he led a team of lawyers representing claimants who suffered serious injuries.
- June 2014-Present: Slater and Gordon Lawyers
- 2006-2014: Silverbeck Rymer Solicitors
- 2003-2006: Greenwoods Solicitors
- 1999-2003: Lyons Davidson Solicitors
Recent Testimonials for Patrick Maguire
“I just wanted to say a big THANK YOU to you and all of your team for the work you have done to get some justice for Andrew. We have now put things to bed and will try and get on with lives, but I will still be supporting 'BRAKE' in their campaign. Once again many thanks, and keep up the good work.”