Nick studied Law at Warwick University between 1984 and 1987.
Between 1989 and 1992 Nick was a prosecutor for Newport Borough Council and conducted advocacy in all hearings in the Magistrates’ and County Courts. During that time he secured the highest level of fine that the Council had ever obtained, when he prosecuted a local factory for pollution.
In 1992 Nick worked on the Benzodiazepine Clinical Negligence Class Action while in private practice in Port Talbot and then became a civil litigator later that year with a Cardiff based firm from 1992 to 1998 (but from 1996 to 1998 his caseload was mostly claimant personal injury).
Between 1998 and 2002, Nick worked for one of Wales’ leading personal injury firms pursuing personal injury claims for trade union members.
In 2001 he had one of his cases quoted in Current Law, and other personal injury quantum report databases, for its impact on the concept of acceleration of pre-existing injuries.
From 2003 Nick return to work with John Graham, having worked with him from 1992 to 1998.
Nick has a vast experience of, and handles a large volume of, employers’, public and occupiers’ liability and clinical negligence claims on behalf of the claimant. Furthermore Nick has also acted for a Second Defendant in a multi million dollar pound Canadian and English law personal injury claim following a brain injury that included highly complex and multi-jurisdictional elements.
Nick is the head of a team of 6 lawyers at William Graham Law who deal with all aspects of claimant personal injury, clinical negligence and industrial disease litigation.