Mark Robinson

Partner and Head of Personal Injury


Mark joined us as a trainee solicitor in 1990. Mark is now head of the personal injury department and specialises in personal injury cases.

Mark is a member of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Accreditation Scheme Panel and Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)

Awards & Accreditations

What our customers say about Personal Injury & Accidents

"I can now finally put it to bed..."

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Client F

"Thank you so much once again for all you have done.."

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Lucy Talbot, North East Lincolnshire

"Always provides very detailed explanations with very clear statements..."

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Client E

"Without you we probably wouldn't have had anything..."

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Client D

"Andrew did a great job..."

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Client C

"Very helpful and totally professional at all times..."

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Client C

"Professional, kind and caring... A credit to the firm.."

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Ms Jones

"Very satisfied with the standard of care and attention..."

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Client B

"Excellent service and advice received - thank you!"

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Client A

"Thank you so much..."

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Client B

"The service I received was second to non - excellent!"

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Client A

"I am gobsmacked - thank you for everything you have done..."

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Client B

"Andy Burnett has been fantastic throughout the process...."

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Client A

"Robert was excellent in progressing and finalising my claim..."

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Client B

"He should receive an 'Employer of the Year' award..."

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Client A

"I had excellent help and advice from Nick.."

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Client A

"For once someone was listening and on my side..."

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Client A

"Andy will help you come to a decision that is right for you with the best results..."

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David Moyle

"Outstanding solicitor with a sharp analytical mind, and an excellent eye for detail"

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Legal 500, 2017

"Very good service. I would recommend to anyone that needed the services of a legal firm."

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Client R

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