Tim is an English Solicitor, Manx Advocate and Commissioner for Oaths with over 30 years’ experience in all forms of Civil and Commercial Litigation, having acted for private, commercial and union clients.
Before moving to the Isle of Man, Tim was a Deputy District Judge sitting in the North West of England for 10 years and a Partner in a firm of Liverpool Solicitors, heading up their Civil Litigation and Personal Injury Department.
Although experienced in a broad range of Civil Disputes, Tim specialises in Personal Injury and Professional Negligence cases. He acts on behalf of leading insurers in relation to all types of Personal Injury claims (road traffic accidents, workplace accidents, public and occupiers liability cases), including ones of maximum severity. He deals with negligence claims against a variety of professionals (lawyers, accountants, surveyors and medical practitioners) and acts in connection with complaints before the Advocates Disciplinary Tribunal.
The Isle of Man Law Society works with all branches of Government, the Courts, its Members and others in relation to legal matters for the benefit of the public, the profession and the Isle of Man.
Commenting on his election, Tim said: “I am pleased to be elected to this prestigious position in the society. It is a great honour.”
Mark Holligon, Local Practice Group Head for Appleby Isle of Man’s Dispute Resolution team said: “I would like to formally congratulate Tim on this well-deserved appointment. Tim is an extremely experienced advocate and I have no doubt that he will be successful in this role.”