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Matthew Claxson, Solicitor specialising in Serious Injury & Fatal Incidents, Moore Blatch

Matthew Claxson

Solicitor specialising in Serious Injury & Fatal Incidents at Moore Blatch

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Helpline - 0800 157 7611 and ask for Matthew Claxson. 

Matthew is a Partner at Moore Blatch Solicitors who have offices in London, Richmond, Southampton and Lymington.

Matthew is a qualified Solicitor living on the Hampshire and Thames Valley border. 

Hampshire and Thames Valley are excellent locations for accessing major motorway, rail and airport links making travel to most meeting locations across the UK (or abroad!) straight forward.

Matthew specialises in representing those who have through no fault of their own suffered serious injury or bereavement either in England or abroad, claim compensation from the party at fault. A part of this process is the focus on early rehabilitation and interim payments.

Matthew has experience of undertaking advocacy at Inquests, Case Management Hearings and Trials. This experience benefits the client by being able to anticipate likely issues that might later arise at Court, and take action to reduce risk. 

Matthew is a keen believer in access to justice both through his day to day work, and through the Charitable organisations which he supports. Matthew will ensure best funding advise is given to tailor the clients needs. 

Matthew is a member of:-

- APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers); 

- RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents); 

- Royal Society of Medicine; 

- Institute of Advanced Motorists; 

- City of London Law Society.

- RoadPeace, the national road safety charity 

- CyclingUK (formally CTC), the national cycling charity

Matthew in his spare time is a keen mountain biker, half marathon runner, and skier.

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