Kevin Finneran

Kevin Finneran

Associate

"I knew I was in safe hands with you. It has been a very worrying time for my family, but I was lucky to have you fighting for me."
Claim settled for £1.6 million 

About

Kevin is an Associate in the Clinical Negligence team, specialising in high-value claims across a broad span of clinical negligence and personal injury fields. A tenacious litigator, he is known for his ability to turn around difficult cases and achieve remarkable outcomes.

He maintains particular expertise in amputation claims, with a catalogue of successful cases. Infection, a complex area, is another of Kevin's specialisms, and he successfully represents victims of sepsis, including meningitis. He recently secured an award for psychiatric damage to a grandfather who witnessed his grandchild's death from this disease. 

He also specialises in misdiagnosis claims, including failure to identify and treat septic arthritis, MRSA and necrotising fasciitis, and claims for delayed treatment of cancer. He is also known for his success in birth injury claims.

Kevin's reputation as a personal injury lawyer is built on his ability to achieve the best possible level of compensation for his clients. He has concluded several high-value motorcycle accident claims, and regularly secures settlements for accidents at work, particularly scaffolding accidents and exposure to hazardous substances, with compensation often reaching seven figures.

Recent Experience

  • Securing £800,000 in serious infection claim. Fighting to have the full extent of his client's needs recognised, Kevin achieved a settlement of more than three times the defendant's initial offer. 
  • Representing a claimant who started work at the age of 15 in the British Cellophane factory at Bridgwater and later contracted mesothelioma as a result of being exposed to asbestos-lagged piping throughout the premises. The case settled for £125,000.
  • Currently engaged in litigation relating to the M5 fireworks road accident, a crash involving dozens of vehicles and seven fatalities.

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