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15.07.2016

Winns Welcomes Brain Injury Specialist David Burn

Solicitor David Burn has recently joined the Complex Claims Team at Winns.

David specialises in high value and complex serious injury claims, including brain injuries, spinal injuries, amputees, multiple orthopaedic injuries and fatalities.

Prior to joining Winns, David worked as an Associate Solicitor in the Serious Injury Department at TLW Solicitors, and a Catastrophic Injury Solicitor at Minster Law.

Alongside his role working in the Complex Claims Team at Winns, David will continue in his current post as Branch Secretary at Headway County Durham. Headway County Durham is a registered charity, set up to improve the lives of those who have suffered brain injuries in the County Durham area. In this role, David assists in the development, organisation and implementation of support services and information for brain injury survivors, their families and carers as well as professionals in the health and legal fields.

David said: “I am delighted to have joined the Complex Claims Team at Winns. I am passionate about helping those who have sustained life changing serious injuries. I work tirelessly in the best interests of my clients and fight to achieve the best possible outcome for them and their families, in terms of compensation and quality of life as a whole. I look forward to spending my time at Winns supporting clients by maximising damages, ensuring their rehabilitation needs are met and assisting with the day-to-day practical and emotional needs of both my clients and their families.”

Associate Director, Jo Amos, said: “We are delighted to welcome David to the Complex Claims Team at Winn Solicitors. His extensive experience of dealing with serious injury cases will be of real benefit to the firm, and to the growing number of clients who are turning to Winns for support after a serious injury. David’s commitment to supporting clients who are suffering from catastrophic injuries is evidenced not only through his role at Winns, but also by his long-term association with the brain injury charity, Headway.”