Kerry Hadley



Kerry studied for her law degree at Manchester University and after obtaining her degree went on to complete the Legal Practice Course at Chester College of Law.

Kerry joined Irwin Mitchell in 1997 as a trainee solicitor, qualified into the personal injury department as a solicitor in 1999 and became an Associate Solicitor in 2003.

Kerry is now the team leader for the post litigation team. Kerry has a wide experience in all areas of personal injury law and extensive litigation experience. Kerry is also a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), an organisation dedicated to promoting the interests of accident victims.

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  • 05/07/2016
    Woman Who Crashed Rented Bike When Brakes Failed Receives Settlement For Injuries

    “The injuries Phyllis suffered could have easily been avoided had the bike she rented been correctly maintained. “Unfortunately, she suffered a heavy price for this failure and, as a result, suffered serious cuts to her hand and chin, as well as damage to her jaw and cuts and grazes on her chest, legs and arms. “We are delighted to have been able to secure her a settlement from the park authority and hope that it will help Phyllis put this terrible experience, which has left her with permanent scars, behind her and begin to move on from it. We also hope that the rental shop will do more to ensure the brakes on all of its bikes are properly checked and maintained in future to avoid similar incidents.”

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  • 11/05/2015
    Dairy Farmer Suffered Ligament Damage After Fall

    “Michael suffered a painful foot injury after falling down the steps near to his home as the nearby drains were not maintained to a suitable standard. We argued that had Newport City Homes acted appropriately, identifying that residents' safety could be compromised by the poorly maintained drains overflowing, then Michael’s accident could have been avoided. “We are pleased that we have been able to secure a settlement for Michael despite Newport City Homes disputing their responsibility for this particular incident. Hopefully they will learn from this accident and make sure that all public steps and walkways are properly maintained to prevent other residents being injured in a similar way.”

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