Meet the team

Ken Specter

Ken Specter (BA Hons)
Senior Partner

  • Law at University of London
  • Qualified as solicitor in 1981
  • Set up TSP in 1985
  • Head of Professional Negligence and Personal Injury Departments
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Soyab Patel (LLB, LLM)

  • Law at University of Liverpool
  • Legal Practice Course at The College of Law Chester
  • Qualified as solicitor in 1995
  • Holds Higher Rights of Audience in all Higher Courts, including representation of families at Inquest in fatal accident cases
  • Specialist in Serious Injuries & Fatal Accidents with over 23 years post qualification experience


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Emma Parkinson (LLB Hons, LL Dip)

  • Law at University of Leicester
  • Legal Practice Course at The College of Law Chester
  • Qualified as solicitor in 1997
  • Compliance Officer for Legal Practice 2013
  • Over 20 years experience dealing with personal injury claims and has been responsible for the firm’s Client Care and Complaints since 2004.
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Jan Canter

  • Studied History at University of Birmingham.
  • Law Conversion Course in London.
  • A member of The Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel, Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, the Motor Accident Solicitors Society and the Spinal Injuries Association.
  • Civil and Commercial Accredited Mediator, qualified in 2009.

Recently settled cases include:

  • £260k for a victim of a low impact vehicle collision, resulting in termination from his job.
  • £1.1m for a man in his 60s who suffered mobility issues in his leg and severe brain damage.
  • £2.1m for a finance director who was not able to perform his job to the same level after a car accident.
  • Clinical negligence cases resulting in settlements between £1.3-£3.5m.

Click here to learn more about Jan's previously settled cases.

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Gareth Williams
Consultant Solicitor

  • Over 30 years experience.
  • Litigation specialist involving medical negligence.
  • Fought in both High Court and the Court of Appeal.
  • Gareth has been a member of the Law Society's Personal Injury Panel.