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Balfour+Manson maintains Band 1 ranking in Personal Injury, Medical Negligence and Civil Liberties

Balfour+Manson is delighted to have been ranked top in clinical (medical) negligence (mainly claimant) and personal injury (mainly claimant) categories for the 11th year running in Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession 2015. The firm also received a top ranking for Civil Liberties & Human Rights and four partners were recognised individuals within the highest possible banding.
The full breakdown can be seen below.
Band 1: Clinical Negligence (mainly claimant); Personal Injury (mainly claimant); and Civil Liberties & Human Rights
Band 2: Family/Matrimonial
Band 3: Professional Negligence and Charities
Bank 4: Litigation and Private Client
Band 5: Employment
Individual rankings
Band 1: Elaine Motion, Civil Liberties & Human Rights; Fred Tyler, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury (mainly claimant); Shona Smith, Family/Matrimonial; David McIntosh, Personal Injury (mainly claimant)
Band 2: Elaine Motion, Clinical Negligence (mainly claimant); John Hodge, Charities
Band 3: David Flint, Professional Negligence
Band 4: Elaine Motion, Litigation; Robert Holland, Employment; David Campbell, Private Client
Other: David Short is a Senior Statesman in Personal Injury. Ann Logan is regarded as a Star Associate in Clinical Negligence. Sindi Mules is an Associate to Watch in Civil Liberties & Human Rights and Louise Duffy is Associate to Watch in Personal Injury.

Chairman, Elaine Motion commented, “I am delighted that the firm has maintained it’s rankings in the Chambers UK Guide in such a competitive marketplace. Our priority is to continue delivering excellent legal services to clients across all areas that we provide. I am proud of the team in achieving this”.

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