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Simon Pimlott

Senior Solicitor

Simon Pimlott is a senior solicitor with over 15 years experience representing claimants who have suffered serious and life-changing injuries. Simon has a particular interest in representing clients who have suffered spinal injury, long-term head injury, chronic pain conditions and severe psychological conditions. He regularly deals with complex liability disputes arising from road traffic accident, incidents in the workplace and claims against organisations where a public liability exists. He is an experienced litigator and advocate, and has run many cases successfully to trial. Simon also has experience in representing victims of clinical negligence, clients who have suffered injuries abroad, and acting on behalf of insurers in high-value insurance litigation.

He has successfully completed an academic course to enhance his knowledge of the physiology of the brain and the effects of injury, as well as rehabilitation. The Certificate in Brain Injury Studies was awarded by Headway, the brain injury charity, who ran the course in partnership with Northampton University. 

Career

Moore Blatch Solicitors, Southampton (2006 – 2014), Portner & Jaskel Solicitors, London (1999 – 2007), Admitted as Solicitor : 2007

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Legal 500 in 2018 says:

"The 'excellent' personal injury team at IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett) impresses with its 'attention to detail, client-focused approach, above-average commitment, decisive and timely communication and organisation', with special emphasis on brain and spinal injury, child abuse, chronic pain conditions, industrial diseases, psychological damage and product liability class actions. Partner Malcolm Underhill and senior solicitor Simon Pimlott, who both 'appear methodical, experienced and efficient, as well as having an empathic understanding of the client's situation', represented a claimant who suffered from severe brain and orthopaedic injuries as a passenger in a car accident".

Team Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Based Capital Court - Uxbridge