Mike is a Partner and an experienced professional negligence lawyer. Mike leads the firm’s busy Professional Negligence team and specialises in complex and higher-value cases against a broad range of professionals. Mike has a particular interest in under settled medical negligence and personal injury claims.
Mike is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association and has the experience to handle all types of cases, from simple and straightforward claims to the most difficult and challenging cases.
Mike qualified as a solicitor in 2005 after training at Hull firm Andrew Jackson. He has also spent time at national firm Walker Morris and at hlw Keeble Hawson before joining Bridge McFarland in 2012.
Rob is the head of the Dispute Resolution department at Bridge McFarland and is widely recognised for his expertise in Professional Negligence and Commercial Litigation.
Rob has almost 30 years experience in dealing with a multitude of very high value claims including multi million pound professional negligence claims. Rob specialises in complex and high value cases against other lawyers, accountants and surveyors, and has had numerous reported cases in the High Court and The Court of Appeal.
Rob has been ranked as a ‘leader in the field’ by a leading legal directory Chambers and Partners and Legal 500. The most recent listing is below:
Chambers & Partners (2013): “Very professional, bright and intelligent solicitor.” Clients appreciate that he is “practical in his approach and very clear about what case you have.”
Rob qualified as a solicitor in 1991 and is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association. Rob spent much of his career as the head of the Dispute Resolution Department at leading regional law firms and joined Bridge McFarland as an equity partner in May 2012.
Amelia is a Legal Assistant in the Professional Negligence team, supporting the partners and assisting clients with a wide range of professional negligence cases against solicitors, accountants and other professional advisors.
It can be difficult for a person who has experienced professional negligence to put their trust in another professional. Amelia considers that it is important for her clients to feel that she is approachable and trustworthy, yet professional.
Amelia is the first point of call for all professional negligence enquiries and provides assistance in a friendly and efficient manner.
Amelia graduated in 2016 with a 2:1 LLB (Hons) Law degree from the University of Hull and is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association.