Stuart Gilmore

Director - Litigation

Stuart studied Law at Queens University and joined the firm in 1996.

Stuart’s main areas of practice relate to personal injury litigation for both Plaintiff and Defendant clients.

For claimants, Stuart acts in road traffic accident claims, hearing loss/industrial deafness claims, accident at work claims, industrial disease cases and some clinical negligence cases. He is also involved in ASR Hip Replacement litigation.

Stuart has considerable experience in dealing with serious and catastrophic personal injury claims, including those where the claimant has sustained permanent disability leading to an inability to return to work and has an extensive financial loss claim.

Stuart’s practice also includes acting for several major UK insurance companies in the defence of personal injury compensation claims, with a particular interest in defending fraudulent injury claims and credit hire litigation.

Stuart is a National Committee member of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers and is the Director with responsibility for the firm’s IT infrastructure and also for compliance with the ISO and Lexcel practice standards.

Practice Areas

Litigation Personal Injury

Recent Experience

  • Claim for a vulnerable adult Read
  • Claim involving catastrophic injuries Read

Memberships

  • Forum of Insurance Lawyers
  • Belfast Solicitors' Association

“Stuart, Lisa and the staff were professional, helpful and friendly, and kept me advised every step of the way. I highly recommend them if you are wanting a fantastic team with fantastic service. ”
Janet
““So glad I used O’Reilly Stewart Solicitors. Stuart was always in touch with me letting know how things were going. Would definitely recommend this firm to anyone who wants a hassle free outcome“”
Andrew
“Thank you all for your hard work and support, we very much appreciated all that you did.”
Mr SC
“Stuart, thank you for everything. I will not hesitate to contact you again in the future if I require legal assistance of any nature.”
Mr CV

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