Graham is a specialist in claims involving Personal Injury and Abuse, having, over the past 18 years, recovered substantial damages (including a number of which involved high-value and complex cases) for clients across West Yorkshire, Lancashire and beyond.
In recent years, Graham has been instructed on a regular basis in claims involving catastrophic injuries, fatalities, brain injuries, Noise Induced Hearing Loss and child abuse. He is a member of ACAL (The Association of Child Abuse Lawyers) who have a special interest in representing some of the most vulnerable members of society and continues to support and act for survivors of current and historic child abuse. Graham is affiliated with several charities who concentrate on helping the victims of rape and abuse.
Due to Graham’s previous training in criminal law, he has always maintained an interest in claims involving an abuse of process and regularly conducts cases against the police when they have acted beyond their powers, for example cases involving unlawful arrest and imprisonment. He has more recently developed a key interest in Human Rights, which compliments his existing areas of practice, and has brought cases for clients where the police have not taken appropriate measures to protect victims of crime.