Throughout his career, Keith has had a hugely varied practice that has taken him from the House of Lords and the Privy Council to the homes of countless Claimants the length and breadth of the country.
He is at his happiest based at his home in the Lincolnshire Wolds and travelling to clients and courts in the north-east of England, from Sheffield to Newcastle. (At conferences and home visits, he is often accompanied by his widely travelled and totally discreet Golden Retriever, Clixby).
Keith has specialised for many years in clinical negligence and personal injury work and strongly believes in establishing good relationships and a team spirit as early as possible in the conduct of a case. Whether the claim involves a child with cerebral palsy, a young person with head injury, or a widow whose husband has died prematurely through substandard treatment, relationships of trust and sensitivity must be built up to ensure the best possible outcome and as much satisfaction as the legal system permits.
To his delight, all his regular instructing solicitors have become personal friends – which greatly contributes to pleasant working relationships that inevitably lead to good results and contented clients.