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Kevin Morgan



I was a partner at a national law firm for over a decade and ran a substantial Civil Litigation department with over 80 staff and handling thousands of cases. I left there in 2014 to establish my own niche legal practice.


I am a qualified and accredited civil and commercial mediator. I act as an independent mediator, and I have represented clients in mediations for over 20 years.


In my solicitor practice I deal with general civil and property litigation. I predominantly act for clients in property litigation, professional negligence, landlord & tenant, civil and commercial contract disputes and defendant personal injury. I also have an interest in the insurance industry, and in particular legal expense insurance.




 A proven track record of resolving disputes for parties.


A keen understanding of litigation and the pressure it exerts on parties


A calm and unflappable manner, a good listener and communicator.


Patience, tact and good humour.



A dispute between neighbours and their insurers over who was responsible for water damage to their properties.


High value personal injury claim against a blue chip defendant and where the claimant had subsequently died during the litigation.


Multi party building dispute involving magic circle law firms, a high street name and a bankrupt builder and their insurers.


A claim involving two local authorities both disputing liability for substantial losses suffered by a farmer who had to relocate their large livestock farm.


Solicitor of the Supreme Court – admitted and qualified 1996


Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator


“Kevin seems to have a knack of settling the unsettleable and finding an agreement between parties when no one thought there was a middle ground”


“He offers a wealth of expertise and skill in his sector, is a natural leader and specialist in conflict management. He has a track record of settling cases swiftly and cost effectively while delivering consistently high standards”


“A natural mediator – limitless patience, tact and good humour”

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