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Amandeep Dhillon



I specialise in both international and domestic group illness claims, accidents abroad which involve foreign laws and jurisdictions, and incidents at sea and in air.  I have successfully acted for thousands of people in this regard, and have a great passion for seeking justice which has been translated with many rewarding results.

I have secured damages for passengers aboard the ill fated Costa Concordia vessel, and for people affected by the fatal Grand Hotel Italy outbreak.  My experience also extends to high profile domestic cases such as the tragic Stoke Legionnaires case, and the highly publicised salmonella outbreak at the Newcastle Spice Festival.

I take great pride in securing exceptional settlements for my clients in sometimes challenging circumstances, and great reward from helping them secure justice.


Amandeep is "a great team player and strategic thinker" - ​Legal 500 2016

What Inspired You To Get Into Law?

I was inspired to take up a career in law as I have a keen sense of justice and a background in social justice.  My mother has been awarded an OBE for her work in this area, and whilst my familial leanings are more political, I seek to promote fairness and justice on behalf of those wronged in a legal sense, particularly consumers.

What Is The Most Rewarding Aspect Of Your Role?

The most rewarding aspect of my role is securing justice in challenging evidential circumstances, and helping secure redress for these clients.

What Do You Like About Working At Irwin Mitchell?

Irwin Mitchell is committed to providing exceptional support for our clients, whilst fighting on their behalf with great tenacity.  Compassion and resilience are two of my own core characteristics which make the firm and I an ideal match!

What Do You Do Away From The Office?

I enjoy playing sports and reading, particularly historical pieces.

Read My Comments On The Latest News

  • 13/12/2017
    Royal Spice Takeaway Death: Lawyers Reveal Concerns Following Manslaughter Charges

    “This is clearly a very worrying case and news of two men being charged is obviously a major development. “While it would be wrong to speculate on the circumstances of the case at this time, it is clear that food businesses have guidelines and protocols to follow in regards to hygiene and allergy issues. With that in mind, a case of this nature serves as a reminder of just why such guidelines are in place. “It is vital that thorough investigations into this case continue and, where possible, lessons are learned which ensure the tragic consequences seen here are simply never repeated.”

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  • 14/11/2017
    ‘Urgent Action Vital’ After Legionella Concerns Emerge At Dewsbury Care Home

    “In recent years, many of our cases have highlighted the devastating impact that Legionnaires’ disease can have on victims, often leaving them with long-term health conditions and in some cases even proving fatal. “Care homes, hotels and businesses of all kinds are responsible for the proper and effective management of legionella bacteria which can emerge in water systems, so it is very worrying that this report found the site in question was failing to do so. “Such issues put elderly residents, who are some of the most vulnerable in society, and employees at serious risk of harm and it is simply unacceptable. With this in mind, it is vital that this care home takes action urgently to ensure standards are improved and safety is made a top priority.”

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  • 03/11/2017
    Woman Who Became Seriously Ill After Food Poisoning at Glastonbury Festival Backs Irwin Mitchell’s Calls For New Food Hygiene Laws

    Through our work representing victims of food poisoning we see first-hand the serious consequences that poor food hygiene can have. “For some, such as Stephanie, the effects of illnesses such as Campylobacter do not just go away after a few days. They can have long lasting implications and leave people with life changing conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or in this case, Guillain-Barre syndrome which can have serious effects on the nervous system or even cause significant psychological issues. “Upholding good food hygiene standards is something we feel passionately about at Irwin Mitchell which is why we are pleased to be supporting the Food Standard Agency’s “Look for the Sticker” campaign. Sadly at the moment, if a food outlet gets a poor rating they can just choose not to publish the results which doesn’t help consumers decide where it is safe to eat.”

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  • 26/10/2017
    Birmingham Lawyers Mark Black History Month With Special Event

    “We are very proud to be once again sponsor and host this event for the Law Society's Black History Month, and to provide an opportunity to celebrate racial diversity in the legal industry and the West Midlands. "We will hear from some inspirational people and the event is a fantastic opportunity for many legal professionals and aspiring trainees to speak to each other and celebrate all that is good about pursuing a career in the legal sector. "Hopefully, all attendees will leave with a positive message and will be inspired to celebrate diversity in their careers."

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