Andrew Guile founded GN Law together with Omiros Nicholas in 2006. Andrew specialises in all aspects of complaints and compensation claims against the police, mental health law and wills & probate litigation.
Andrew Guile is a solicitor/director at GN Law. At heart, Andrew is a litigator. He has extensive past experience of personal injury litigation and now specialises in actions against police and other public authorities. Andrew is a skilled negotiator who looks to secure swift out of court settlements for clients where possible and pursues court litigation where necessary.
He has particular expertise in:
Andrew advises clients upon all aspects of bringing compensation claims against the police, prisons and other bodies in relation to false imprisonment, assault, malicious prosecution, trespass, misfeasance and discrimination.
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Andrew has been involved in bringing a great many compensation claims including an entrapment/malicious prosecution claim against The News of the World that alleged wrongdoing by Mazher Mahmood also known as ‘the fake sheikh’; successfully challenged a will where a relative was accused of fabricating documents so as to take property not belonging to them, and recently settled a malicious prosecution claim against the Metropolitan Police which includes allegations of manufacturing of evidence, corruption and manipulation of ‘supergrass’ evidence, for over £100,000.
Mental health human rights work in 2002/3 saw Andrew bring a leading test case against the government for delays in scheduling Mental Health Tribunals. This case saw Andrew give interviews on Radio 5 Live, Radio 4’s Today Programme and on Channel 4 News.
In his spare time, Andrew writes children’s books. You can visit his own website at www.andrewguile.com.
Andrew is also a long-suffering Brighton & Hove Albion fan and regularly drives to the south coast to watch them lose. Their recent elevation to the premier league is as much a surprise to him as it is to everyone else. Andrew, when not working, writing and spending time with his family, loves going to the cinema, reading and playing football.