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Stuart Brazington

Partner & WKTL Director

T: 01225 730 211 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
M: 07788 413 356 E:

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Stuart is a partner who specialises in brain and catastrophic injuries and leads the firm’s Brain Injury team, which helps clients who have been catastrophically injured and who have multi-million pound claims. Stuart is also the regional lead partner for the firm's Bath offices.

Following my accident the severity of the injuries left me completely dependent. Stuart Brazington was the ray of hope that made sure I was seen by the professionals that could help me recover from my injuries. Mr Brazington and his team worked tirelessly, always keeping me informed, he made sure I was seen by a specialist who saved my leg. I am confident that this would not have happened without his intervention. Royds Withy King saved me!

Royds Withy King client

About Stuart

Stuart has a special interest in paediatric brain injury work and chairs the South-West support group of a well-known child brain injury charity as well as being an active member of the charity.

Stuart is a Deputy approved by the Court of Protection frequently acting on behalf of people who are incapable of dealing with their own affairs due to mental incapacity. Stuart lectures on brain and spinal injury issues to legal, medical and charity specialists.

The Legal 500 UK epitomise Stuart as “a very good strategist”, while Chambers & Partners UK says Stuart “knows the subject area extremely well” and that he “he is highly respected in the West Country“. They also recognise Stuart as a “Leader in his field“.

Memberships :

The Law Society Personal Injury panel
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Spinal Injuries Association
Bristol Medico-legal Society
United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UK ABIF)
Brain Injury Social Work Group (BISWG)
Child Brain injury Trust (CBIT)



“Understanding the world of brain and spinal injuries has been a personal passion since I qualified in 1991. By nature, these injuries are always severe so I work very closely with both the injured individuals, as well as their families as everyone’s affected. Winning these complex claims is always a delicate balance between ‘fighting the client’s corner’ and recognising that dealing with the individual and their families requires enormous sensitivity. We become a close knit team and it’s inspired me to become a legal specialist in this area so that my clients will have the very best quality of life”

Stuart Brazington

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How has lockdown impacted upon people living with brain injury?

16 May 2021

Stuart Brazington, with the help of a range of experts in the field of brain injury, looks at how brain injured individuals and their families were impacted by lockdowns over the past year.

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Brain injury doesn’t need to affect a famous leader for it to impact on society

2 February 2021

Stuart Brazington – on reading about the tumultuous rule of Henry VIII and the injuries that may have affected his judgement – looks at how brain injury can have a huge impact on individuals and society, even for those who aren’t famous leaders.

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Can everyone dial in? – The challenges and benefits of video conferencing for those living with a brain injury

15 June 2020

During lockdown, video calls have become the ‘norm’. What used to be a system to enable meetings across long distances has now become an essential piece of technology to stay social in these strange times.

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How assistive technology can help people who have experienced mTBI

8 October 2019

Here, Oliver Lewis – an Assistive Technology Consultant from Lewis Support – explains what assistive technology is and how suitable solutions and products are identified. He has also included examples of how assistive technology can support individuals who have experienced a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).

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Court finds driver guilty of causing motorcycle accident

2 February 2017

A young woman has been found guilty of driving without due care and attention and causing an accident which left a Swindon motorcyclist with life-changing injuries. Sarah Gill appeared at Chippenham Magistrates Court yesterday (1 February 2017) following an accident …

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Court to rule on road traffic accident at notorious blackspot

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Withy King wins right to appeal for more compensation

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Professionals in Brain Injury event

20 February 2019

We will be hosting the upcoming Professionals in Brain Injury (PIBI) event in our Midland Bridge House office in Bath. Dr Kesta Purt, Clinical Psychologist in Neuropsychology, and Sarah Gibbin, Speech and Language Therapist, will be facilitating a discussion on …

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£1 million award supports lifetime care support

30 January 2012

Mr. G*, aged 39, was involved in a road traffic accident when he was driving a van which collided with an oncoming vehicle. The accident resulted in Mr. G sustaining a front skull fracture with serious injury to the frontal …

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School boy recovers £3.25 million after brain injury

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