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Lesley Edwards

Senior Associate Solicitor


I am a Senior Associate within the International Personal Injury team, specialising in serious injury claims involving head injury, multiple orthopaedic and amputation, and spinal injuries. I have also successfully recovered six figure damages in a Legionnaires' Disease matter and have been involved in many fatal accidents claims.

I act for clients who have been injured abroad covering a wide spectrum of circumstances including road traffic accident, accidents at work, aviation and clinical negligence.

I am a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, and I have also contributed to a publication produced by the PEOPIL Research Group covering English personal injury litigation in practice for foreign lawyers.

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  • 23/11/2018
    Solihull Motorcyclist Left Severely Brain Damaged Following Crash Backing Campaign To Reduce Road Casualties

    “To see someone come back from a brain injury like Shane’s is nothing short of inspirational. His positive outlook and determination are proof that there can be life after serious injury.”

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  • 20/09/2018
    Widow Calls For Lessons To Be Learned After Inquest Into Husband’s Dominican Republic Sea Death

    "Sue and the rest of the family have faced an incredibly difficult five months trying to come to terms with the loss of Roy in such tragic circumstances. “Sue and her family are grateful for the coroner’s thorough investigation which has helped them receive some of the much-needed answers they needed regarding Roy’s death. “It’s of paramount importance that the findings of the inquest are noted and that the lessons are learned to ensure the safety of others on similar trips in future. “We will now work with Sue to help her get justice regarding her husband’s death.”

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  • 14/09/2018
    Wife’s Hope For ‘Vital Answers’ Following Death Of Husband Pulled From Sea In Dominican Republic

    “What should have been a dream holiday for Sue and Roy ended in the most tragic circumstances. “Unsurprisingly Sue and the rest of her family have a number of questions about the events what happened in the lead up to Roy’s death. They are hoping that the inquest provides them with the vital answers they are seeking. “If the inquest highlights any failings in the safety measures which were in place during the expedition, it is crucial new procedures are put in place to stop similar tragedies in the future.”

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  • 21/07/2016
    Liverpool Man Taking Legal Action After Cyprus Airport Transfer Coach Crash

    “Peter had enjoyed his holiday and was on his way home when the coach crashed leaving him with injuries. “We are now investigating what happened and we will be providing passengers with any help and support that they need. It is important that tour operators realise the responsibility they have when transporting holidaymakers to and from the airport. The safety of their customers must be their number one priority.”

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