Tameside solicitor, Kevin Corscadden has achieved a remarkable reputation in the field of Personal Injury litigation.
In fact, his
office has won in excess of £1,000,000 on behalf of clients.Kevin a partner at Rupert Wood & Son of Ashton-under-Lyne, part of Davis Blank Furniss of Glossop, Manchester and Stockport, has no doubts about the rise of his success and the increase in the number of claims.
said: "Thankfully injured people are gradually becoming more aware of their rights, but many are not.
...Kevin, educated at Audenshaw Grammar School, read Law at the prestigious University College, London, before being admitted as a solicitor in 1979 and returning to his home town to take up a position in Rupert Wood & Son.
Originally specialising in Criminal Law, Kevin
decided to undertake a retraining programme in Civil Litigation to specialise in personal injury work in addition to clinical negligence. He
said: "Being a small practice, yet a very progressive firm, we deliberately initiated the policy that we would offer a more professional service to the Tameside community if we had individual specialisms."
A member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel
, Kevin's advice and expertise are very much in demand.In fact eight years ago, he was invited to join the District Health Authority as a non-executive member, two years later was appointed to the Community Trust and then encouraged to apply for the Chair of Tameside & Glossop Acute Services NHS Trust.
Despite strong competition, Kevin
was appointed by Health Secretary Frank Dodson and he
has been Chairman of the Acute Services Trust
for two years. Kevin
said: "I have found that my experience and work for the Trust complements my legal work and helps to give me a better understanding of the medical profession.
Further details are available from Kevin Corscadden
- 0161 330 9121.