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Name: Craig Robinson
Position: Personal Injury Lawyer

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Email: craig.robinson@wardrider.co.uk
Tel: 02476 555400
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Craig's Biography

Craig joined Ward & Rider in July 2017 having previously worked as a Solicitor specialising in accident claims litigation at a niche litigation practice in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. Craig has been dealing with personal injury claims for over 8 years.

Craig qualified as a Solicitor in September 2011.

Craig studied for a Law Degree (LLB) at the University of Warwick before completing his Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, achieving a Distinction overall and the highest grade in the Personal Injury Elective.

Craig acts for clients in all types of personal injury claims including road traffic accident claims, accidents at work, fatal accident claims, slips and trips and occupiers’ liability claims. He has experience in dealing with high value and complicated cases including brain and spinal injury claims.

His career highlights include:

  • achieving a settlement in excess of £100,000 for a Claimant who has tripping accident at work and subsequently went on to develop fibromyalgia;
  • representing a Claimant who was deliberately hit by a car, resulting in him sustaining a significant fracture to the ankle which required a fusion operation. The Claimant was eventually able to return to work and a settlement in excess of £110,000 was achieved;
  • representing the Estate of a woman who tragically died in a road traffic accident. He achieved a total settlement in the region of £450,000;
  • acting for a number of clients who have suffered amputations, in these cases he was able to obtain compensation to pay for appropriate prosthetics with settlements in the region of £100,000.

Outside of work, Craig enjoys spending time with his wife and two young daughters. He is a keen football fan and supports Birmingham City.

Craig's Case Studies