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Laurie TraynorNov 23

Laurie Traynor

Partner - Glasgow

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Laurie has over 22 years’ experience in defence of large and complex EL and PL claims, Health and Safety Executive prosecutions, RTA claims and prosecutions, and conduct of FAIs, over a decade of which at partner level. She has a wealth of expertise advising insurers, large corporates, public bodies, and individuals in large and complex injury and regulatory claims, including those arising from fatalities and catastrophic injuries.

She is adept at providing clear and practical regulatory prosecution, civil claim, FAI, and motor prosecution defence advice to companies, directors, policyholders and individuals in the aftermath of fatal and catastrophic incidents. Laurie has extensive experience with high profile, sensitive cases attracting media interest. She advises clients from the immediate aftermath through to conclusion.

Laurie works closely with clients to understand and attain their litigation aims. She is driven by achieving clients’ desired results. Laurie has a track record of securing significant savings for clients with robust defence, effective negotiation, and a keen commercial awareness.

Laurie represents clients in relation to Health and Safety Executive, COPFS, Environmental Health Officer, and MCA investigations, enforcement, prosecutions, and Fatal Accident Inquiries.

Her robust defence of fraudulent claims has secured notable successes.

She’s an experienced advocate and delivers well received informative client training.

Laurie’s a member of the Health & Safety Lawyers Association.

She has impressive experience in the provision of clear and practical health and safety prosecution, civil claim, Fatal Accident Inquiry, and motor prosecution defence advice to companies, directors, policyholders and individuals in the aftermath of fatal and catastrophic incidents. She has extensive experience with high profile, sensitive cases attracting media interest. She advises clients from the immediate aftermath through to conclusion.