Brendan became a Partner at Stephensons in 1991 after qualifying as a solicitor in 1984 and joining Stephensons in 1989.
Amongst Brendan's notable career successes have been the groundbreaking Court of Appeal decision in Khan v Armaguard Limited where defendants were ordered to disclose the video evidence in their possession in respect of personal injury claimants. Before this decision defendant's solicitors were not obliged to disclose video evidence whether or not the evidence was detrimental to the claimant.
He is a member of the Solicitors Regulation Authority's Personal Injury Accreditation Scheme and specialises in high value accident claims, including brain damage. He also represents bereaved families at inquests in respect of fatal accidents. In addition, he also has an interest in professional negligence claims and regularly acts on behalf of clients who have been let down by their previous solicitors.
Over the years Brendan has successfully recovered many millions of pounds in damages for his clients.