Adam Biglin


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I firmly believe everybody, no matter what their position in society, should be held accountable for their actions and inactions and that includes police forces and other state bodies.

I’m passionate about supporting people who have suffered a loss of their liberty without good and proper cause, and it motivates me to challenge those responsible on my clients’ behalf.

Get to Know Adam

Adam is a solicitor in our Civil Liberties team and has led actions against the police civil claims involving police assault, unlawful arrest and infringements of human rights.

Adam qualified as a Solicitor in 2020 and has also assisted and supported families at Inquests, where a loved one has lost their life while in the care of the state.

Adam also assists on complex cases involving compensation claims for malicious prosecution against Post Office Ltd, stemming from the Post Office Horizon IT software errors. His aim is to help victims achieve justice and ensure they receive fair compensation which they rightly deserve.

Career Highlights

Working with and supporting former Sub-Postmasters has been greatly satisfying. They have achieved a level of justice they not only fully deserve, but in some cases, have waited more than two decades for.

I am also proud to have worked alongside my colleagues representing the family of Lewis Skelton who was shot dead by a firearms officer of Humberside Police.  At the Inquest into his death the Jury unanimously concluded that he had been unlawfully killed.

Recently I represented the family of a woman who died of hypothermia in a cemetery after officers searched for less than ten minutes and didn’t step foot outside of the police car to look for her.

My advice and articles

Jacqueline Parsons

Police force agrees settlements with loved ones of woman who died in cemetery after ‘inadequate’ 10-minute search

Humberside Police has settled legal cases with the loved ones of a woman who died of hypothermia in a Hull cemetery after PCSOs searched for less than 10 minutes and didn’t even step foot outside of their car to look for her. The force was called to provide assistance to 56-year-old Jacqueline Parsons by a […]

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Police failure to record earlier home visit catalyst behind 4am wrongful arrest

After police failed to log and record a man’s agreement to visit the station for a voluntary interview, they returned and wrongfully arrested and detained him in the early hours of the morning. Attending our client’s home after a late night at work at around 1am, the possibility of visiting the station for a voluntary […]

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