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Tony Tierney

Tony Tierney

Contact Details

Phone: 01625 415800

Fax: 01625 415900

Overview

Tony joined Bott and Co in 2001 and is an integral part of the senior management team. He plays a significant role in driving efficiency within the Road Traffic Accident Department (RTA) in light of the constantly challenging and changing legal environment.

Tony started his legal career in 1994 working for Addleshaw Goddard (then Addleshaw Sons and Latham), specialising in Commercial Debt Recovery and Insolvency. Thereafter he joined James Chapman and Co, a leading North West Law firm dealing with Commercial Recovery and Defendant Personal Injury matters.

At Bott and Co, he manages the overall operational and budgetary responsibilities of the RTA department. No matter how small or big the claim is, Tony will deal with each case with the same straight talking enthusiasm, experience and dedication. His vast experience has seen him achieve the highest value claim in the firm, which settled for in excess of £1 million.

Expertise

Cycling Accident claims
Road Traffic Accident Claims
Catastrophic Injury Claims
Fatal accidents

Professional Memberships and Affiliations

Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives – CILEx

Notable Cases

£1 million for client who suffered serious face laceration and a bone infection (Osteomyelitis) whilst grinding a faulty tailgate off a HGV. The Defendants originally made a £7,500 offer in settlement, which was rejected on the advice from Bott and Co.

Acted for a client who was involved in a motorbike accident and suffered multiple severe and life-changing head and orthopaedic injuries including a traumatic brain injury. Her most serious injuries were found to be a left femoral shaft fracture, right wrist fracture and severe head injury. She was in an induced coma for two weeks in the Neuro-Critical care unit before spending a further four weeks in rehabilitation. Bott and Co recovered £750,000 after declining the defendant’s first offer of settlement of £200,000.

Outside Work

Outside of work Tony enjoys cycling; he is particularly proud of raising over £10,000 for Cancer Research whilst cycling from Lands’ End to John O’Groats.