Andrew McBride has in excess of 30 years’ experience and leads Linder Myers’ personal injury department. His areas of personal expertise are brain and catastrophic injury cases.
Andrew has worked on a number of notable and high value cases to the value of in excess of £1 million including settlements made up of lump sums and periodical payments. He brought one of the first litigated cases under the Package Travel Regulations which gained national publicity.
Andrew is a member of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers where he has assisted in the production of submissions to the Law Commission. The firm was also a founder member of Injury Lawyers4U.
Andrew is married with three children and lives in Cheshire. He holds a Manchester United season ticket and regularly plays golf. Andrew enjoys travel, particularly when it involves good food and wine, modern literature and walking his dog (usually in the rain).
Andrew sums up his approach to work by stating: “attention to detail gets results”. He also cites the importance of client relationships, “making sure you understand your client and that your client understands you”.
Year admitted: 1985
Education: Degree in Law at Cardiff University and Legal Practice Course (LPC) at Guildford College of Law
Memberships: Andrew is a member of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers where he has assisted in the production of submissions to the Law Commission. He is also a founder member of Injury Lawyers For you.
Kind words and warm applause
“Very professional, Mr McBride explained how the case was going so I fully understood at all times”
“Brilliant lawyer in Andrew McBride, he puts 150% into everything. Easy to make contact and excellent results.”
“Linder Myers department head Andrew McBride is first-rate’ ” (Legal 500 2014)
Andrew is recommended in the Legal 500, 2011. He has also been recommended for the second year running in the 2012 edition of the Legal 500.
He is listed in the Chambers and Partners UK 2011 edition as a notable practioner, specialising in "high value claims"