Jonathan is currently a non-practising personal injury solicitor. He is also a qualified mediator with an interest in mediating disputes arising out of the Equality Act. Jonathan became tetraplegic after he dived into the shallow end of a swimming pool at the age of 14. He read History and then Law at university. After qualifying as a solicitor, the majority of his work has been with those sustaining serious injuries and in view of his own background he has a particular interest in claims arising out of a spinal cord injury. Jonathan is a strong advocate for those living with a disability. He was a trustee of the Spinal Injuries Association for 15 years and Chair from 2011-2014. Jonathan believes education is the key to supporting all those working with spinal cord injured people and he has delivered presentations and contributed to APIL, SIA and MASCIP conferences about spinal cord injury.