Suffering a career-altering injury can be devastating for an athlete. Our role is to secure the best possible future for you and your family.
We act for professional and amateur sportspeople who have sustained career-altering injuries during competition, training, or in other sports-related incidents. Our cases relate to a variety of sports including athletics, boxing, cycling, football, horseracing, motorsport, rugby, skiing and ice hockey.
Our lawyers also understand how the failure to properly diagnose, treat or manage medical issues can lead to serious injury. We act for sportspeople who have suffered serious injury as a result of medical negligence.
Unlike other law firms, we only act for clients who have sustained serious injury and have suffered a significant financial loss. Our lawyers handle a small number of cases to ensure that they give your claim the attention it deserves.
Our goal is to help our clients lead full and active lives. We have been ranked No.1 in The Legal 500 and Chambers in personal injury litigation for the past 15 years.
Our legal expertise and willingness to push boundaries has enabled our clients to win record-breaking compensation awards.
If you, or a family member, have suffered a sports-related injury or you would like a second opinion on an ongoing case, please contact us.
Sports injuries expertise
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"Stewarts come across as being specialist, this is where their real strength lies"
Stewarts Private - Dispute Management
Stewarts Private is a dedicated dispute management service that helps our clients avoid, manage and resolve disputes. We provide strategic advice to assist in navigating serious, complex and challenging situations.
Statement of the family of F1 driver Jules Bianchi
We represented the family of the Formula 1 racing driver, Jules Bianchi, in taking legal action relating to the fatal head injuries he sustained in a collision with a mobile crane at the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka in 2014.
Following mutual discussions at the start of 2017, Jules’ family and various interested parties have now agreed on the lessons to be learned from the accident. You can read the full statement from the family here…