White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors have taken niche practice to a new level, as their name indicates
|National Leading Firm 2013
||Leading Individual 2013
Their shared interest in motorcycling with their client base is reflected in their published client feedback, where the combination of skill, focus, drive, expertise and client handling is well regarded
They are a totally specialist motorcycle firm, where a full motorcycle licence with either a Barrister or Solicitor qualification are pre-requisites for a job interview. This level of focus has lead to a robust and expert litigation style. Unusually the firm is lead by an experienced High Court trial advocate and of the five partners four are qualified as Barristers, so the Court room is their natural environment.
White Dalton specialise in difficult motorcycle cases, and will regularly take on cases less specialist lawyers do not have the skills or nerve to take on. Andrew Dalton in particular in particular has gone on to win cases described as being "without reasonable prospects" by leading personal injury practitioners including QCs.
The firm brings a genuinely unusual skill set to this specialist area with the lawyers being very familiar with the law and authorities which arise from their small field, but unusually they are familiar with the specialist academic, scientific and best practice guidance for motorcycling and guarding this group of vulnerable road users against harm.
Their shared interest in motorcycling with their client base is reflected in their published client feedback, where the combination of skill, focus, drive, expertise and client handling is well regarded. Andrew Dalton is the legal Columnist and adviser to Fast Bikes magazine, Ride magazine, Bike magazine and the Royal British Legion Riders Branch.
National Leading Firm 2015
Leading Individual 2015
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