Adrian Chambers

Adrian left school in 1978 to join a local firm of Solicitors as an office junior. He attended evening classes to study for a degree part time and was awarded an L.L.B. (Hons) in 1985. In 1986 Adrian qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives and in 1988 Adrian then qualified as a Solicitor. In 1987 Adrian joined the firm, Seatons, and in 1993 he became a Partner in the firm. Adrian specialises in Personal Injury claims and also deals with Wills and Probate work. Adrian has been a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and a member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel since 1995. Adrian has a friendly and positive attitude to life and work. He likes to work hard, fight and go the extra mile for his clients.

Micaila Williams

Micaila is from Essex and was called to the Bar in 2004 after the simple route of school, university and Bar School. Since then she has practiced as a Sole Practitioner in East Anglia and the surrounding area. She specialises in all forms of criminal law and has a keen interest in motoring offences. Recently, she has resumed her interest in PI work. Throughout her career, Micaila has seen first hand how the cut backs and the red tape in the Legal Aid System have pushed justice further out of the reach of those that need it the most.

Adam Cresswell

Adam is from Solihull and studied the Postgraduate Diploma in Law at the College of Law of England and Wales in Birmingham before going on to the Bar vocational Course at the same College in London. He was called to the Bar at Middle Temple in 2005 and proceeded to take instruction mainly on insolvency matters in the County Court. Prior to undertaking formal training, Adam’s first legal post was at Eden & Co where he worked in the Personal Injury department. His expertise is Civil Litigation and Advocacy and has a keen eye for legal drafting and research. Adam has a firm commitment to access to justice for all and he is currently working on ways to make it easier for the public to gain redress through the Courts despite cuts in public funding.