Domini David

Partner / Head of the personal injury and clinical negligence team

What others say 

"Dear Domini, I would be more than happy to share how much I appreciated your tact and care at a most trying time for me and to comment on how much effort you put into easing my trauma."

"I would like to thank you for all your hard work on my behalf. Your personal support and understanding at this difficult time for me has not only been much appreciated but also much above and beyond your duty."

"Dear Domini,
A very big thank you for your support over the last few years. You’ve been clear when times have been confusing, and understanding when times have been hard.”

 "Dear Domini, I just wanted to thank you for agreeing to take on my case, fighting my corner so hard and dealing with such a sensitive situation so brilliantly. I could not have done it without you"

"I would like to thank you and all of the team who kindly supported me from the beginning. I was so impressed by the level of professionalism and dedicated support helping me to resolve and come to terms with what happened.  It is a huge relief to get some sort of justice.  I appreciate it has not been an easy case for any of you!"

“Highly recommended, Thank you”  R. Barret

Experience & expertise 

Domini has over 23 years experience working as a personal injury and medial neglignce solicitor. She covers all aspects of clinical and medical negligence work together with higher value personal injury claims.

Although most of her work is acting for claimants, she also handles defendant work.

Domini is a accredited as a Senior Litigator with APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) and is a member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel

Domini is a determined lawyer who always works to ensure that her clients achieve justice. She is caring and supportive and prides herself on providing a personal and professional service to her clients.

Outside of work

When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, cycling, skiing and going to the theatre.