How Can Jonathan Help You?
With over 20 years' experience of high value personal injury claims, Jonathan is well placed to assist with all aspects of the most complex cases.
Jonathan has represented clients in brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputation and other serious injury claims, working with clients and their families to provide for their rehabilitation, housing and ongoing therapy and support needs.
Jonathan's most recent settlement (May 2017) saw him recover £16.1m in an accident claim for a young boy injured while travelling as a passenger in his parents' car, providing him with financial security and high quality support for the rest of his life.
Jonathan also has vast experience of representing families in the Coroners Court and subsequent damages claims.
Jonathan is well placed to take clients and their families through the complicated pathways from accident and injury to recovery and compensation, via the courts, if necessary.
Jonathan enjoys working to achieve the best possible outcomes from rehabilitation and the highest quality of life for clients into the future.
Chambers & Partners ranks Jonathan as a Band 1 leading individual with clients and peers quoted as saying that he is:
Chambers UK 2017 says that "Jonathan is very experienced and very good tactically", describing him as "a pleasure to deal with" and "very understanding".
The latest edition of Legal 500 names him as a key member of his firm referring to him as "an outstanding lawyer".
"Jonathan Peacock is regarded nationally for high-value catastrophic injury work. His areas of specialism are numerous and ‘his strategic and innovative approach to cases benefits all clients he works for." - Legal 500
Jonathan regularly presents at conferences and training days for support organisations, case managers, rehabilitation providers and therapists. He has been in many high profile cases and has had numerous TV and radio interviews and press quotes.
Jonathan is a former trustee of Headway the brain injury association and is a Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. He is currently a board member of Bristol Cultural Development Partnership.
Jonathan lives in Bristol with his wife and children who enjoy long weekend walks together with the family dog, Kevin.