Medical Negligence Solicitor and Partner
“Managing to get compensation for people who have been injured through no fault of their own is both personally and professionally rewarding. Because of the nature of litigation there is a lot of personal interaction with clients so, when you achieve a result that can help make their life a little easier, it feels like you are sharing in their success.”
1988 – LLB (Hons) – University of Mid-Glamorgan
1991 – Qualified as a Solicitor
- Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) – Senior Litigator
Tony is an experienced and highly respected litigator with an excellent track record in securing compensation for people who have suffered personal injury. With wide-ranging expertise of cases from catastrophic injury to smaller claims, he has specialised in personal injury work for the past twenty years and joined Gadsby Wicks as Partner in June 2015.
Interested in entering law as a profession from an early age, Tony spent his summer holidays at school undertaking work experience at the Crown Court and underwent his training at Leonard Gray in Chelmsford. He has worked as a lawyer in Essex since qualifying as a Solicitor in 1991. Tony is a past Chairman of the Essex Medico-Legal Society.
Born in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, Tony moved to Essex in 1979 and is an active participant in the local community. He has been a school Governor since 2009, takes part in the weekly Chelmsford Park Run and supports the Lord’s Taverners charitable organisation. A keen cricketer, Tony is a member of Essex County Cricket Club and a playing member of the Mid-Essex Law Society cricket team.
Settling a High Court road traffic accident claim with a lump sum of £2 million plus lifetime annual payments for a claimant pedestrian who had been knocked over by a bus. The man had catastrophic brain injury which left him requiring 24 hour care for the rest of his life.
See below for a selection of cases where Tony has helped patients and their families make a successful claim for compensation:
- Delayed delivery leading to neonatal death – £18,000