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Gary Mannion

Associate | Dundee

Personal Injury

Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law.

Gary is one of our most senior and experienced personal injury lawyers.  Managing a team of paralegals and junior Solicitors, he is an Accredited Specialist Injury Lawyer and appears at Sheriff Courts throughout Scotland.

Gary specialises across all areas of personal injury law with a particular emphasis on accidents at work and public liability claims, delivering a service to his clients that is focused on understanding and results.  His extensive experience and knowledge in all areas of employers liability, public liability and clinical negligence claims help Gary to negotiate and secure the maximum amount of compensation possible for his clients.

Recent feedback from one of Gary’s clients demonstrates his client focused approach – Professional, empathetic and completely transparent, Gary is just phenomenal and guided me through a tough time.  He was so understanding and fought hard to get a great outcome, even at times when it looked impossible.”

Gary is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Personal Injury and by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) at Senior Litigator level.


Law Society of Scotland Accredited Specialist in Personal Injury Law. APIL Accredited Personal Injury Specialist

Gary Mannion's Blog Entries

Pothole Pete – The world’s newest superhero?

Edinburgh Evening News has revealed “Pothole Pete”, a 12” tall garden gnome as the unlikely hero to put pressure on Edinburgh City Council…

Posted on 4th November 2019

Injuries Assemble

Everyone loves superheroes and that is firmly backed up by the box office where the Avengers movies alone have amassed almost 5 billion US…

Posted on 15th March 2019

Licence to Claim

A highly-regarded director is suing the makers of James Bond for £2.5million after he suffered “career-ending injuries” while filming on…

Posted on 16th March 2018

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