Deian Benjamin

Deian Benjamin

Associate Solicitor

Litigation+44(0)29 20388 398Cardiff

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Deian is an experienced litigation solicitor based at the Penarth office of Sinclairslaw and joined the practice in November 2015. Having studied Law at the University of Wales, Swansea, Deian completed his Legal Practice Course at Cardiff University. Having worked in South Wales since qualification, Deian specialises in all areas of Dispute Resolution and Alternative Dispute Resolution, with particular emphasis on all types of Professional Negligence claims as well as contractual claims for commercial and private clients. He also deals with all types of disputes arising from educational law, procedure and compliance issues.

Deian has also advised Small and Medium Enterprise companies, sole traders, partnerships and limited companies on all aspects of litigation, intellectual property issues, debt recovery and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Initial meetings and discussions on costs and alternative funding arrangements can also be considered. Subject to conditions, Deian can deal with matters on a conditional fee arrangement, often referred to as “no win no fee” arrangements. Contact Deian to discuss your requirements in more detail.

Deian is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association as well as Cwlwm Busnes Caerdydd.
Originally from West Wales, Deian is a fluent Welsh speaker and is happy to accept instructions and enquiries in both English and Welsh.

In his spare time, Deian enjoys playing golf, watching rugby, travelling, photography, cooking and visiting Michelin approved restaurants across Europe.

Mae Deian yn un o’n cyfreithwyr profiadol yn ein hadran ymgyfreitha, yn delio a phob math o ymgyfreitha masnachol a phersonol, ynghyd a chyfraith esgeulustod proffesiynol. Yn ogystal, mae gan Deian brofiad o ddelio ag achosion yn ymwneud a chyfraith addysg ac addysg anghenion ychwanegol. Yn wreiddiol o Orllewin Cymru, mae Deian yn barod i dderbyn unrhyw ymholiad drwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg neu’r Saesneg.

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