What do you specialise in?
Simon qualified in 1989 and since that time has specialised in Personal Injury Law and Clinical Negligence claims. He acts mainly for Claimants, although on occasion he will represent a Defendant. Simon heads up the department which covers all types of claims including road traffic accidents, workplace accidents, physical & sexual abuse, industrial disease, clinical negligence or in occupier's liability situations.
Simon has been recognised by the UK Legal 500 for several years and has received 'Recommended Lawyer' status for his excellence in Personal Injury work.
He has represented claimants seeking damages following a number of nationally reported incidents including the Hatfield Rail Crash and the Manchester Air Disaster. In addition he has represented Claimants in high profile cases of public importance such as Darby v The National Trust  EWCA Civ 189 which is a leading case in the field of Occupiers Liability.
Simon has a wealth of experience in cases of utmost severity with his professional involvement in some cases continuing beyond settlement of the claim. In a number of cases Simon has continued to represent his clients by being appointed as a Professional Deputy of the Court of Protection or as Professional Trustee for the injured party where persons have been unable to manage their own affairs following their injuries. Simon feels that his ability to continue to assist people even after the settlement of their claim is a particularly satisfying part of his role.
He is a member of the Law Society Personal Injury panel and is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
The 2017 Legal 500 say that Simon Wright is "a straight-talker who superbly handles clients and opponents to achieve results other lawyers would die for’.
The 2016 Legal 500 say "extremely impressive’ group advises on claims arising from road traffic and workplace accidents, public liability and employers liability. Simon Wright is recommended."