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Harrison Browne


Harrison is a personal, diligent and caring Paralegal that joined the Hopkins Solicitors Personal Injury Team in 2023.

He is originally from Worcestershire and moved to South Yorkshire to study at the University of Sheffield, he graduted in 2019 and has been working as a Paralegal. He will be working within the Medical Negligence department, mainly based out of our Head Office, Eden Court just outside of Mansfield Town Centre.

When asked why he chose a career in law Harrison said, “I find assisting people involved in accidents or medical negligence matters to be a greatly rewarding challenge. I feel a strong sense of satisfaction when I am able to help someone move forwards in their life after suffering from an incident for which they were not to blame.

Harrison in learning to specialise in Medical Negligence claims, but also has extensive experience in Adult and Infant Fast Track RTA claims, claims involving fractures and litigated Fast Track claims.

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01623 782080

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I enjoy various activities spending time in the outdoors, including running, cycling, swimming and hiking. I am a member of the Steel City Striders running club (based in Sheffield) and I am currently training for the Manchester Marathon in April 2023 (subject to no injuries!). I also have a passion for music, having hosted a radio show at university and having completed Grade 6 Electric Guitar and Grade 3 Piano.