Steve Wilson – Claims Department

Steve has over 25 years expertise in litigation and is highly skilled in pursuing high value and complex claims to a successful conclusion.

He has helped clients to secure substantial compensation settlements including a recent payment of £1.4 million pounds for a client with devastating injuries following a horse riding accident which was subject to a contested High Court trial on the issue of liability.

He also acts for clients who have professional negligence claims against other solicitors and on complex commercial litigation matters.

“I thank the Lord that we got to meet, after a chance enquiry in your firm’s offices at Marshall’s Yard, Gainsborough.

From the gentle and caring telephone response that I received shortly after my visit, every step of the way from my initial enquiry on that day to reaching a winning position after your skilful review of my case, I would sincerely like to thank YOU directly and also the kind and supportive attention provided in your absences by your amazing secretary…thank you both and all the rest of your firm for your immense kindness shown towards me in those difficult times.

I have earnestly recommended you and your firm to my friends and contacts.”

Contact Details

T: 01522 542211
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Steve is Deputy Senior Partner

Steve specialises in Complex Personal Injury and Medical Negligence Claims / Professional Negligence / Commercial Litigation

  • Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
  • Member of Law Society Personal Injury Panel

Steve is a Former Deputy District Judge and former President of Lincolnshire Law Society

That is a fantastic result and my wife and I cannot thank you enough for all you have done. Thank you also for your kindness. We will always be very grateful for all you have done for us.

“I am most grateful for all your help and support in bringing this matter to a satisfactory conclusion. The outcome is not only a credit to your skills in this area of the law, but also to the care and attention that you have taken on our behalf, and we are most grateful.”

May 2019