Terry Regan

Director & Head of Medical & Clinical Negligence


Over 20 Years

Main Areas of Work:

  • Medical accidents
  • Product liability side effects
  • Catastrophic personal injury claims
  • Disability discrimination and Equality Act cases

Terry has experience of multi-million pound settlements and has had success in the Supreme Court and the European Court of Justice.

Terry Regan attracts praise for his ‘sympathetic and patient handling of cases’ - The Legal 500 UK 2018

Terry is a member of the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Specialist Panel. He is also a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Great / Notable achievements at Wake Smith:

  • Owusu v Jackson and Oths (2006) – Catastrophic injury case arising from an accident in Jamaica. Success in European Court of Justice on jurisdictional point arising from interpretation of Brussels Convention
  • S. Baker v Quantum and Oths - Representation at the Supreme Court
  • C v Leeds Teaching Hospitals (2008) - Birth injury and settlement for £3.2m
  • T v Sheffield Teaching Hospitals - Judgment for brain injury resulting from neo-natal care
  • J v Sheffield Teaching Hospitals - Judgment for birth injury arising from failure to treat infection at birth

What clients say about you:

‘I consider Terry Regan to be one of the best clinical negligence solicitors I know working in Yorkshire. He is passionate and dedicated to his clients, but has a clear appreciation of the reality of what he may be able to achieve for them.’ -Quoted in the Legal 500 2024

Recent articles by Terry Regan

Wake Smith secures a £12m settlement for child left with brain injury shortly after birth
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