Since qualifying in 1993, David has specialised in personal injury litigation and clinical negligence. In both fields he has secured life changing amounts of compensation for his clients and is renowned for his attention to detail. One former client commented “Can I just take this time to thank all involved with my daughter’s case. We cannot fault anything and are truly thankful for everything you have done.”
David has vast experience of dealing with the complete range of accident scenarios and a number of his cases have also been reported in the legal press. Many of his cases have involved complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and other chronic pain conditions, but he has also dealt with other catastrophic injuries including complex fractures, limb amputation and brain damage.
Professionally, one Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon commented “It has been my pleasure to work with David Gazzard in his capacity as a solicitor, dealing with medico-legal and medical negligence cases, over a period of more than 20 years. I have always found him to be a most helpful and diligent colleague. I have frequently been able to recommend him as a solicitor dealing with such cases because of his conscientiousness and efficiency. To my recollection, I can never remember him having in all those years, ever let a client down.”
David says, “I continue to get immense satisfaction in achieving the best possible results for my clients. Such clients often come to see me when they are at a low point in their lives, coping not just with the consequences of their injuries but often unable to work and worried about paying their bills. By drawing on more than 20 years’ experience, I am able to reassure them about the legal process and alleviate any worries they might have. At BLB Solicitors we offer a very personal service to our clients; something that, sadly, is lacking in many firms these days.”
"David Gazzard was very professional but also good natured and very easy to deal with. I would have no hesitation in recommending him to others". M.I March 2017