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Mark Gore

Associate

Mark is an Associate in the Personal Injury and Industrial Disease team. He specialises in serious and complex personal injury claims, especially brain injury.

Expertise

  • Head and brain injury claims
  • Industrial and occupational disease claims
  • Asbestos and mesothelioma claims
  • Accidents at work

Memberships

  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
  • Kent Acquired Brain Injury Forum
  • Lead contact on Headway Solicitors List

Profile

Mark joined Brachers in 2003 where he has acted solely for claimants who have suffered personal injury.

His attitude towards personal injury claims is not simply to obtain compensation but also to ensure that the injured client receives the necessary rehabilitation treatment. He has been praised by clients in going the extra mile and explaining matters in a clear and understanding way.

Mark is a Senior Litigator of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Lead Contact for Brachers on the Headway Solicitors list. He also regularly attends meetings held by the Kent Acquired Brain Injury Forum.

“His conduct and professionalism is impeccable. He empowered me to make the right guided decision within my case.” Sean Lewis

Recent cases

  • Settled significant brain injury claim following a road traffic accident for a six figure sum.
  • Settled significant brain injury claim following an accident at work for a six figure sum.
Articles
22/02/13

Accident at work - rotten pallet causes severed tendon

We recently acted in the personal injury claim of Mr J from Rochester, Kent following an accident at work. Read more

22/02/13

Slipping accident at work causes knee injury

We recently settled a personal injury claim for Mrs C from Stratford-Upon-Avon following her accident at work for a well-known store. She slipped whilst pushing a trolley on some plastic tags that had fallen off other trolleys causing a slipping hazard. Read more

28/09/12

Brain injury - a case study

We recently settled the brain injury claim of Mr C. This arose out of an accident at work on 11 January 2008 when a cage with Mr C in it fell off the forks of a fork lift, falling 20 or 30 feet to the ground. Read more

16/11/11

The problem of Chronic Pain

If you have suffered a “soft tissue injury” most experienced doctors will tell you that all tissues in the human body usually complete their healing processes after up to 6 months. If the pain persists beyond that time and carries on indefinitely despite treatment, then you might be classified as suffering from Chronic Pain. Read more

08/11/11

Brain injury and increased risk of Post Traumatic Epilepsy

Post Traumatic Epilepsy (PTE) is a recognised problem following a brain injury and can develop years after the original injury occurred. Read more

17/08/11

Head injuries and balance disorders

There is every possibility a head injury might affect a person’s balance function, but all too often this is overlooked by both doctors and lawyers. This was recently highlighted in a talk given by Consultant Neuro-otologist Dr S S Surenthiran at our recent brain injury seminar. Dr Surenthiran runs the Balance Centre in the Neurosciences Unit at Medway Maritime Hospital. Read more

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Blogs
15/06/17

Carers Week: The forgotten victims

A brief look at the issues faced by those caring for brain injured claimants. Read more

03/03/16

Mohamud -v- WM Morrisons Supermarkets PLC – A Landmark decision on Vicarious Liability

When the Court of Appeal held that Morrisons were not vicariously liable for an assault committed by one of its employees on a customer many legal commentators felt that was the right decision. After all there are generations of lawyers practising who grew up with the well-established decision in Warren v Henlys Limited (1948) that there would be no vicariously liability if the actions went beyond the scope of his employment. Read more

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What Our Clients Say...

"Mark made be feel supported and 100% on my side. He took the time to cover all of my questions and I cannot thank him enough."

Victoria Moore (client)

"I found Mark Gore and his staff very polite and helpful and would have no hesitation is recommending them to others."

Client comment

"I cannot thank Mark enough. The past three years have been challenging and whilst I may not be completely over my injury, the stress being eliminated is a relief."

Victoria Moore (client)

"Mark always gave me his professional opinion which was always helpful."

Client comment

"I had a good, professional, friendly and stress free experience."

Client comment

"From the initial call, to dropping off previous case files, my experience was fantastic."

Victoria Moore (clients)