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35 Thorpe Road
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire,PE3 6AG
David Heming LLB
Director and Head of Personal Injury and Dispute Resolution Team E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Read more Hunt & Coombs is proud to announce David Heming has been appointed HM Coroner.
David gained a BA (Hons) in Law at Leeds Metropolitan University. He studied for the Bar at the Inns of Court School of Law and qualified as a Barrister in 1980, obtaining an entrance award from Grays Inn. David then changed disciplines and qualified as a Solicitor in 1990. more> Photo of David Heming David Heming LLB Director and Head of Personal Injury and Dispute Resolution Team Email: email@example.com David gained a BA (Hons) in Law at Leeds Metropolitan University. He studied for the Bar at the Inns of Court School of Law and qualified as a Barrister in 1980, obtaining an entrance award from Grays Inn. David then changed disciplines and qualified as a Solicitor in 1990. David also has a Post Graduate Diploma in Personal Injury Law and is H.M. Deputy Coroner (Peterborough and Stamford). David is a solicitor specialising in catastrophic injury cases including complex brain and spinal injury. He runs a team of Personal Injury specialists who advise and represent those who have sustained injuries due to accidents or negligent treatment. David has been involved in a number of high profile cases including group actions and cases resulting in awards of several million pounds. Specifically, David can advise you on: Obtaining Damages - He can provide advice on how best to claim damages for injuries resulting from Road Traffic Accidents, negligent medical treatment, accidents at work or other accidents for which someone else is liable. Court representation - most damages claims are settled out of court but where necessary David can represent you in court or construct a barrister to represent you. Defending Claims - if you are being sued for damages yourself, David can provide advice and representation to defend the claim.
David is Head of the Personal Injury department.David was educated at Jones' West Monmouth Grammar School and gained an BA(Hons) in Law at Leeds Metropolitan University.He studied for the Bar at the Inns of Court School of Law and qualified as a Barrister in 1980.He obtained an entrance award from Grays Inn.David then changed disciplines qualifying as a Solicitor in 1990.David has a post graduate Diploma in Personal Injury Law and specialises in catastrophic injury cases including complex brain and spinal injury.He is joint lead lawyer in a group litigation action involving IOL implants.He lectures on a variety of topics including Medical/Dental malpractice, chronic pain issues and is joint co-ordinator of the Peterborough medico/legal symposium.David is H.M.Deputy Coroner (Peterborough and Stamford) and therefore has a particular expertise in fatal accident matters that involve representation at inquests.
Representatives: David Heming, Alejandro Verdú de Haro, Catherine Sandbach, Lynne Ayres
David Heming, 54, will take up the post of HM Coroner for Peterborough in April 2012.
David has held the position of Deputy Coroner for Peterborough since 1995 so has a wealth of knowledge and experience of the Peterborough jurisdiction. David said: "I am overwhelmed and honoured to have been appointed HM Coroner for Peterborough. David is Head of the Dispute Resolution Department at Hunt & Coombs Solicitors where he has worked since January 1990. Throughout his practicing career, David has specialised in personal injury and clinical negligence litigation and recently has also been involved in general civil litigation matters. Councillor Matthew Lee, Deputy Leader of Peterborough City Council, said: "I welcome the appointment of David Heming who I am sure will continue to provide the same high level of service that the people of Peterborough have come to expect. David has lived in Peterborough since 1982. He is married and has three children, Jessica, 21, who is studying English at Queen Mary College in London, Mia, 19, who is studying medicine at University College London and Louis, 16, who is studying for his A-Levels.